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Beko oven door - permanently detached?!

I had to take off my Beko oven door in order to get a washing machine past it in a narrow galley kitchen ... unfortunately I had no idea that the 3 screws at the top and the 3 screws at the bottom were actually screwed into metal plates BEHIND the facia, and these plates are no longer aligned with the visible holes. Any advice? I've been 3 weeks without an oven and am craving pizza! :-(

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  • ecoten11 Jan 18, 2011

    I've got the same problem. Any help appreciated.

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    Hi. I just replaced the front door of my Beko oven after the GF smashed it, and the plate that the screws to secure the top hinge go into (which sits behind the metal fronting/base plate) has slipped down and it is impossible to fit the hinge back on now. I have unscrewed tried to prise the fronting/base plate off as it seems as if it should just come off easily and then I would be able to just reattach the hinge to its securing plate whilst off and then screw the lot back in but it is stuck almost as if it is welded to the other inner plates due to grease getting in the gaps and then hardening like glue perhaps. I have tried using a flat head screwdriver to knock the base plate free of the internal plates but no luck as of yet. Please help my GF is about to get unhappy I feel!!! PS It's a BEKO DG582 WP. Thanks in advance

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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!

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  • sairzie65 Jan 19, 2011

    Just to be clear ... sairzie65 is the same as sairhug ... I couldn't get my email/password to work so re-registered. Yes, I'm jinxed!

  • ecoten11 Jan 19, 2011

    Thanks very much for that. Very good to know.

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