Hiya ,I've a beko wma 1512w washing machine giving me probs. When shes turned on the dial moves through all th cycles within seconds.I've had a peek and theirs only the dial(a sealed unit) and a small pcb .which do i replace if any? Thanx in advance... Dom C
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Belt would have become expanded after use. Try adjusting the motor base by moving in the direction it tensions the belt. Or replace with the identical belt No. Clean belt resting area free from any old belt rubber deposits /markings.
Do you mean the timer or control dial sticks. If so then it may be the timer mechanism itself.
Make sure that when you are skipping a turn on the timer that the machine is actually performing that particular task of the cycle. For example if the timer gets stuck before the drain cycle, and you manually skip forward to it, that it actually drains the water out.
If so then it is most likely a worn timer mechanism which sticks.
hi there.......this problem could be caused by a failed heater element ...if the element is not heating the machine will just wash wash etc...the front panel will have to be removed to check the heater element....if the element is ok...check the heater NTC ( little white plug in the heater element)...if all ok here....then you have a main PCB board failure....
it may be more economic to have beko send an engineer to you...
I have the same model. You just turn the dial to the setting you want, push the dial back in, turn the (right) power button on then turn the smaller start button on. I use different cycles all of the time depending on whats in the load and this works fine for me.
MOST DISHWASHERS HAVE A PAUSE DURING THE HEAT
CYCLE IF TH WATER ISN'T HOT ENOUGH OR IF A HIGH
TEMP WASH IS SELECTED. NORMALLY, THE TIMER WILL
ADVANCE WHEN THE TEMP IS HOT ENOUGH TO TRIP THE
THERMOSTAT. IF IT NEVER GOES PAST THAT POINT, THERE MAY BE A FAILURE IN THE HEATER CIRCUIT.