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beko take water in for few seconds then switch to test pump.....if alls well....then it restarts again...if yours doesnt........check the pump first... if it fills with water then stops.......check motor brushes .........
Sounds like your drain hose is too low. The drain must be higher than the tub so it won't run out before it gets full. If it is not to the cut off point before the water is as high as the drain the water will run out the drain and never get to the cut off point. It wont agitate untill the water level switch cuts off the water. Hope this will help.
The lid has a safety cut out switch which prevents the unit from operating while the lid is in the open position. You need to locate this switch which is on the hinge side. Remove the control panel covers. The switch may just be loose or have a bad connection.
You must press the hot water/steam button to make sure it is set on hot water. The chugging noise is the pump slowly putting water through the steam boiler for steaming. When you open the steam knob make sure it is all the way open, you will hear the microswitch click when you reach full open(test it out with the machine off). Red light also means heating and low on water, since you are using all the steam faster than it can make it hence the red light.
Dishwashers usually run on 115-volt or 120-volt power. The water they use comes directly from the water heater, and wastewater is drained into the sink's drainpipe. The dishwasher is not connected to the cold-water supply. For best dishwashing results, set the temperature control of the water heater to no less than 140 degrees Farenheit. Water cooler than this usually doesn't get the dishes clean, unless your dishwasher is a newer model that preheats incoming water. The water shutoff for the dishwasher is typically located below the adjoining sink.