Question about Beko 24 in. D3731F Free-standing Dishwasher
My Beko dishwasher has just stopped working, lights are on but it wont go through its cycle, its not making any noise at all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When you switch it on can you still select the wash type ?
If you can, when you shut the door does it start the cycle normally by pumping out the sump, but then when the wash pump (the cause of the main noise during the cycle) would normally start it stops and beeps - opening the door then shows the flashing error code ?
If your symptoms are the same as above or similar, suspect the heater is stuffed. My BFI62 did the above and it turned out to be a faulty (open circuit) heater. As I had no knowledge of dishwashers at the time, I called in a repair guy. As soon as he saw the fault code he suspected the heater - seems a batch of heaters (from the USA) had proved very unreliable (apparently Hotpoint got compensation from the manufacturers because of the number of problems it caused them). The replacement was made in Germany and the repair guy said he'd not known one of those to go faulty !
The repair guy diagnosed the heater open circuit from the control panel inside the door without even removing the dishwasher from it's location. Unfortunately, I didn't have a chance to note which wires ran off the board to the heater. Changing the heater needed it out and on it's side (be prepared for quite a lot of water on the floor).
Finally, when he'd fitted the new heater, it took him two goes to get the pipes either side of it to seal properly - quite common apparently and the source of even more water on the floor !
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
It could be the impeller on the motor. The impeller fits over the shaft of the motor and might have split/broken up. That funny noise is probably the shaft spinning inside the damage impeller. Fortunately the impeler is fairly inexpensive and easy to replace. I believe there are one or two parts/covers to remove that are held in by a roughly half dozen torx screws.
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
if you have a torx 20, and torx 15 screw driver, you an remove the screws from the top plate of the wash motor, and underthere youll see another t15 screw converingthe "chopper" assy, sounds as if a seed, of chicken bone, perhaps apiece of glass hasgottne down there
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
try this site
http://www.cookshomeappliance.com/dishwasher_troubeshooting.htm#Constant Noise During Washing or Drying
please rate my suggestion..
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Your fault is not the normal complaint. Question is, "are you sure it doesn't just keep on running during the heating cycle"?. My thoughts are the heating element is possibly not functioning which will disrupt the continuing of the cycle.. Check element for a resistance reading,(approx. 23ohms). Check for a thermal cut out (sometimes a little reset button found on an item with wires attached). Press until click is heard.Retry. If all this heating does happen, then there is definitely an issue with the timer being it electronic or mechanical. Please let me know if not the solution. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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