I currently reside in Turkey and recently bought an in-built oven - model nos CIM 202000TX - Make Beko and a ceramic hob again Beko model nos HIC 64400, but cannot find English instruction books, can you please help ?
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Switch oven on using the function knob (first knob on left hand side)then press and hold(for 3 to 5 seconds) the left top button right next to the display screen this should give you a chance to set the current time on the oven after setting the current time switch oven off at function knob and on agian problem should be solved
you will need to change the motor
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I believe that the "60" in the model number denotes it is 60 centimetres wide and the FX denotes it is a fan oven. Presuming that I'm right about this, then as far as I am aware the CF60FX is badged Carlton, but the original manufacturer is BEKO. If that is the case, then try going to http://www.beko.co.uk/Manuals.aspx and then from the drop down box on the right, sellect "see manuals for built in cooking" The model numbers will be different, but the good news is that they have pictures of the ovens, so you can probably identify yours. Stick to checking out the 6 or so 60cm wide ovens they hadve showing there. Hopefully, one will be a close or exact match to what you need and you can download it by clicking on the PDF symbol below the picture of the appropriate oven.
You won't find them new in shops as they're no longer made. But you *might* find a NOS (New, Old Stock) Alto GM60 from an online stockist, but the manufacturer's guarantee will be worthless and some spare parts will already be difficult/impossible to obtain. You'll also need to check before purchase whether it's for natural gas, lpg, butane or propane.
All late (approx. 1990 onwards) Parkinson Cowan models had appalling build quality and frequent electronic faults, so I strongly advise that you look for a current brand.
All the information you require will be in the manufacturers instruction books. If you have mislaid these then contact the retailer or manufacturer for advice. It is essential you follow their recommendations to avoid errors that could be ultimately dangerous.
Hi - in the end I found the cheapest local oven repairers and they ended up having to do a bodge job ... they admitted that Beko was a bad brand with lots of design problems, this being just one of them. By disconnecting and opening up the back he managed to get one of the hinges back on (with my help!), but for the other he had to resort to using bigger screws coming in from the front. Recently, after less than 18 months of use, the oven and one of the hotplates stopped working on the same night. I gave the whole thing up as a bad bet and ordered a more expensive Indesit I'm now completely happy with. I think with ovens you get what you pay for. I would never touch another Beko ANYTHING with a barge pole!
you probabbly have some burnt out elements or switches gone bad use a meter and check for current coming to your element when you have it on if no current its a switch if there is current then its an element problem