Question about Beko Dishwashers
Follow the heater wiring (with the power off would be wise) until you find the thermostats and safety cutouts. These will be small (perhaps half inch across) round or square two-terminal devices bolted directly onto the outside of the tub.
Use a multimeter in ohms mode to find out whether any of these is open-circuit. Reset (some cutouts have a small button in the middle: press it, and if it clicks, you've won) or replace any that are.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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