Beko Washing Machine
Factory Reset Instructions
- Locate the start, pause and cancel buttons.
- Press them all down at the same time for around 3-5 seconds.
- Your machine should now be reset.
Self Test Mode
- Start with the door closed.
- Hold the SPIN button and then press the ON/OFF button.
- The letter E-- will appear on the screen and the door will lock.
- Press the START/PAUSE button so that 25 shows on display.
- Press the START/PAUSE button again and all lights and display will flash.
- Press the START/PAUSE again and it will start to go through the functions. Each press of the START/Pause button will advance to the next function.
- You can exit the self test mode by pushing and holding the ON/OFF button.
- Start with the door closed and the machine turned off.
- Set the program setting to the 90C setting.
- Hold the START/PAUSE button whilst pressing the on button.
- Keep holding the START/PAUSE button, the light above it should flash 3 times, then turn the program knob to the "Spin Empty" cycle, and wait 3 more seconds.
- You can now release the START/PAUSE button as you are in Self Test mode.
- Each time you press the START/PAUSE button you will advance to the next test function.
Error Code Explanations
Beko error codes will either show as a letter and a number or will show using a series of LEDs on the front of the unit.
If your unit does not have a screen then you read the LEDs from left to right, with each LED having a value - from left to right 1,2,4,8,16 - you must add the numbers of lit LEDs together to get your error code.
- E1 - NTC short circuit or open circuit.
- E2 - Heater error.
- E3 - Heater continuously active error.
- E4 - Valve triac error.
- E5 - Pump clogged or pump error.
- E6 - Motor triac error.
- E7 - Water level sensor error.
- E8 - Low water pressure - check supply.
- E9 - Door lock error (open circuit).
- E10 - Door lock error (triac short circuit).
- E11 - Motor open circuit.
- E17 - Program terminated because of foam.
- E18 - Program terminated because of unbalanced load.