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Conection of a beko electric cooker

Just purchased a beko cooker and im finding it hard to connect it problem being the screws are so small and cant get them undone

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Pretty normal problem with Beko.
You need a Philips 2 screwdriver to get a suitable grip on the screwhead.
Good Luck!

Posted on Nov 27, 2008

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