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Sounds like the evaporator fan is doing its job. Nothing to worry about. Good hearing is a blessing all fridges make different sounds some click loud while others gurgle loud. Some pop and snap. Till I got my hearing aids I didn't know mine ran so loud and clicked.
I had the same error message and the ice cube dispenser stopped working. On examining the workings, I found that the wire that should have been connected to the ice cube tray had sheared somehow (???) - a simple splice with lots of insulation tape has apparently fixed the problem.
Error codes are printed on underside of plastic cover on top of fridge. Warning electrical components inside! Error code E0 is the FREEZER door not being recognised as closed, switches are normally ok may be problem with printed circuit board. Freezer will work as normal but engineer should be called.
have the same thing and it is a small sensor on the ice maker that can miss align,ours is under warranty and is being repaired its just a case of re-positioning it...ps make sure water filter is changed every 6 months
yes it can b fixed is the fridge running ? if it is it will need re gasing which is a common fault with beko and you should not pay more than
£40 for the re gas if it is not running it will b either your thermastat which again you should nt pay more than £48 4 or the compressor
which will b aprox £120 supply and fit none of the above should b done by a novice good luck