This happened to me and it was only the button that is on the right side that when you close the lid gets pushed down to far and then it won't spin. shut the lid and see if the button is going down or is down too far.
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Hi if your Beko washing machine has a spin problem then you have to check the carbon brushes first.
Also check all waste pipes are clear and inspect the pump I have included this video below.
At our website I am doing self diagnostic videos on these beko's as we speak so all tutorials will be in this link below How to replace Beko Washing Machine Motor Carbon Brushes
You don't mention if the drum spins if you choose the spin program, if it doesn't it could be the brushes on the motor. This would be a cheaper option to try first rather than a board. sometimes you can clean the com or tap the brush carriers gently and get the motor to spin on an empty or small load.
If you're confident, with the power offer and machine isolated you can check the resistance across both the brushes and slowly rotate the motor as a test. hope this helps
It seems unlikely as if the motor brushes were worn I would expect problems making the motor turn at all.
It would seem that a number of owners have had the same problem and it is due to the load sensor thinking that the load is not even. If it thinks the machine will be subject to excessive vibration it stops the spin progressively.
I don't know how the machine checks for uneven load, there must be a vibration sensor, maybe it gets worn and needs replacing, but I suggest you redistribute the load and spin again. Make sure the machine is level and not rocking.
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More than likely worn brushes in motor
Remove top cover, and slacken motor bolts holding motor at top right of washer. slide out carbon brush holders in motor, and replace if less than 3 or 4mm long.
This should solve the problem.
Its a pain on this model but heres how. First remove plate at back of machine. Remove belt and two bolts holding motor (13mm).Unplug motor and remove. brushes are at back end of motor in plastic housings. after refitting motor replacing belt is where the fun begins. Put bottom end on first and feed round pulley. ouch
i think you will find the carbon brushes r worn out they r mounted on the side of the motor
held on by 2 5.5mm nuts or 2 screws 1 brush on each side of the motor
switch off at the mains b4 you start work good luck
A common fault on a front loader washing is brushes wearing out in the motor.
A general maintance is to check these brushes out about ever two years.
Isolate the washing machine from the power.
Remove the motor and with a small screw driver lift the brushes of the commutator or just take it down to your local motor rewinder and get him to bench run the motor and test it while you wait.
If its had its day look around for a good second hand one.
It could be in the electronics but i have seen a motor take the electronics out??
I think its the motor???