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Beko AP930 with Error code E0 in LHS of display .... what does this mean ? .... nothing in manual

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  • del2165 Jun 25, 2008

    i have the same problem, can,t find out anything anywhere

  • Anonymous Jul 06, 2008

    I to have the same problem.

  • gregamus Mar 01, 2009

    I have just seen this E0 error come up but it last for a few minutes and back to normal hope it dont come back.May cost a small fortune.

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Error codes are printed on underside of plastic cover on top of fridge. Warning electrical components inside! Error code E0 is the FREEZER door not being recognised as closed, switches are normally ok may be problem with printed circuit board. Freezer will work as normal but engineer should be called.

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E4 coad is showing is this the defrost heater not working

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