Question about Washing Machines
Try pressing start pause and cancel at the same time. This is the way to overcome a Beko door lock power problem. A bad sound suggests the belt has broken, and that can only be replaced by a technician
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Potential reasons for it: - Door Lock/Switch Assembly Failure - In this case it should be replaced. - Door Lock unit is broken or removed from the door. - Look for disconnected wires to the door Lock/Switch unit. - Door Lock/Switch unit Failure You should remove machine's top cover and then you will have an access to the door lock unit. Be aware you should discconect machine's power cable first !! Good luck!
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: i have a Beko AA
Had the same problem this week. i bought the machine of a mate and was ready for kicking his head in, but thankfully before then i found that this method resets the washer, hope it works for you also
Turn power button off (not at wall)
Select 90 degree wash
Press Start / Cancel button down for 3 seconds and turn power button on whilst still holding buttons down - Start light will flash.
Leave power on.
Select any Spin position.
Press Start and Cancel button at same time again for 3 seconds - other buttons may start to flash - if they do, press Start /Cancel button again for 3 seconds.
Machine should be re-set ready for use
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Found it for myself - F7=motor fault. New motor brushes fixed it. This error code will come up if the motor fails to turn on demand at any point in a program, be it filling, in a wash cycle, or spinning.
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Posted on May 23, 2009
either the motor start capacitor on the machines motor is shorted,the motor winding itself is grounding itself out to the case and shorting or you may have a bare wire touching the metallic frame in the machine
Posted on May 14, 2010
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