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Is the door seal working correctly? If the door has become distorted slightly it might be letting in moisture via a gap in the door seal which will result in the build up in ice.
If you can see ice build up leading from the door area, this will give you a clue to where the seal may be faulty. Check that the door is squared up to the freezer with a spirit level and if required gently bend the door back into place by holding the corner with your feet and adjust from the other corner.
What is the model number and have you looked at the walls inside freezer for signs of defrost failure? Frost building on freezer walls are a sign that defrost has not been working=> HERE If this is not what is happening then we need to see if frost is blocking an auto damper between the two sides. I need that model number to see what you have. Let me know if my way of placing explanations and links are helpful. Thanks Sea Breeze
The model number you have supplied doesn't appear to be in the correct format. Please see the information that follows.
I'm pasting this response on all queries regarding the recently announced issue with BEKO fridge freezers and the risk of fire from their defrost mechanisms, but I have placed it here in hints and tips too, in the hope it will be of use to any concerned BEKO Fridge owners:
From what Ican ascertain, the fridges affected were manufactured between January 2000 andOctober 2006 (So, after shipping and sitting around in shops, you can probablyextend that margin to machines SOLD between 2000 and 2008)
If you go to the BEKO website, there is a link to check your serial number:
Please checck to see if your thermostat lines are in order or if some of the connecting wires are damaged bby frost. First of all switch off the fridge and allow all frost to clear. then check for the fan circuit, the auto defrost timer circuit. Now after few hours switch on the fridge. Check to see if the compressor is running the back side is getting warm and the freezer is cooling. If not check if the compressor is pumping well or being short of gas-- get help -. If not the timer could be the culprit as after the cooling takes place the fridge does not defrost. Check this out and the fault is confirmed if your fridge works fine now. Hope you try. Good day
frost build up on element behind freezer back panel becasue auto defrost isn't working (possibly timer). Frost build up blocks the airflow from freezer into fridge causing it to stop working but freezer still working.
the thermostat in the fridge is turning off your compressor before the freezer has completed its job.this is because it doesnt care about the freezer temperature only the temperature where its located in this case the fridge,try completely defrosting the fridge and restarting it
You have a failed component or components in your automatic defrost system. This is why you have excessive frost inside the freezer along the back wall. The timer could be stuck in run mode. The defrost thermostat (bi-metal) could be defective or the defrost heater could be open or shorted.
yes it can b fixed is the fridge running ? if it is it will need re gasing which is a common fault with beko and you should not pay more than
£40 for the re gas if it is not running it will b either your thermastat which again you should nt pay more than £48 4 or the compressor
which will b aprox £120 supply and fit none of the above should b done by a novice good luck