Question about Beko Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
shy, Lr is the error for a locked rotor. The machine is trying to run the motor but is unable. Usually this the motor control board that is at fault. The first thing to do is make sure the belt is on. After that some tests are have to be made to determine what is going on. Im going to lay out some instructions in case you want to get into this thing. You will have to remove the door by removing the screws holding the hinges on. Same thing for the spacers on the other side. Lift up and remove the door. Pull the front panel forward and lift off. Once the panel is off, set the door back on and close it. Unplug the washer. On the motor control board, bottom right, pull the JP4 harness connector from the board. Plug the washer back in and make sure the door is closed. Press delicates and heavy soil 3 seconds to activate the service mode. Now press the rinse key. Make sure the door is locked by pressing the max extract key. Now press the stain cycle to start motor control test. The motor should run rotating the drum at 50rpms. If the motor doesn't run, check for voltage at the 3 wire harness, MN4, should be 120V. If you don't have the voltage, problem is in the main board. If you have that voltage, then the problem lies either in the motor control, or motor itslelf. On the motor harness, 7 pin connector on the board (middle). Between the brown, white and black wires should all read 6 to 7.5 ohms. Between the 2 grays 150 to 195 ohms. If that checks, then it's the board. If it doesn't check, it's the motor. Ohm checks should be done with the power off. Catriver.
Posted on Jun 10, 2007
Sounds like user interface board. Try unplugging the machine, press power button for 3 seconds, plug machine back in and try again. If this does help, it will probably be a temporary fix. The user interface board is the one mounted directly to the console.
Posted on Sep 25, 2007
remove rear cover of washer, locate and remove belt.
Unfasten motor ,disconnet motor lead, and remove motor.
Brushes are located at opp end to motor pulley.
Replace if less than 5mm long.
Plz rate my solution.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
SOURCE: Beko A+A Class 1000 rpm
i would check the lint trap for foriegn bodies, e.g hairclips, hair bands, screws etc as these can cause the pump to stop working, be aware that water will immediately come out of the trap when you loosen it, good luck
Posted on Feb 23, 2011
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