20 Most Recent Beko DSV64W White Vented Tumble Dryer 6 kg, 9 Cycles Questions & Answers

empty the small reservoir around the back
there's a single screw to take out and siphon the water out with a small bore pipe I used two drinking straws taped together

you will see the float go down and turn the switch off

Beko DSV64W... | Answered on Aug 05, 2020

go into service mode and reset

to do this move to delicates turn on dryer and keep
pressed down cancel button for about ten seconds release
then all lights should flash when you press cancel again machine will go through test mode , then just turn machine off
it is now reset, this worked for min a drcs68w

Beko DSV64W... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019

Check the power receptacle for proper voltage. You might have a failed circuit breaker. Sometimes one side will trip without moving the reset handle.

Beko DSV64W... | Answered on Nov 24, 2018

Could be improper voltage, thermal fuse, control board, door switch, wiring, motor, and maybe a few things I’m leaving out.

Beko DSV64W... | Answered on Nov 20, 2018

go to


then click select your country on the top right

then find the support sites (they all are a little different)

here you should be able to get the manual if you have the correct model number

Beko DSV64W... | Answered on Nov 27, 2015


A loose or worn BELT can make funny noises

Or the idler pulley that puts tension on the dryer drum drive belt could be worn out. If the pulley is bad we recommend also replacing the belt.

The glides on drum worn and making metal to metal contact.

The drum slides or glides support the front of the drum. As the drum rotates over the years, the glides wear out and then the dryer makes noise. Replace all of the glides as a set if they are worn out.


Sometimes an item can get stuck inbetween the drum and the housing and scrape and grind making funny noises, things like coins, bra wire, nails, hair pins, etc sometimes u can just remove the cabinet and observe by turning the drum by hand or looking for scratch or scrape marks on housing.

The blower:

Clumps of lint, socks, and other small articles of clothing can get past the lint filter and into the blower wheel. If the dryer makes noise, and the noise seems to be at a very fast pace, there might be something caught in the blower wheel. In addition, the blower wheel sleeve might be worn out, allowing the blower wheel to wobble on the motor shaft. If this happens, replace the blower wheel.

The bearings:

The drum bearing supports the rear of the dryer drum. If the dryer makes noise this bearing might be worn out. Replace the bearing if it is worn out. Do not lubricate the bearing, the lubrication will attract lint and dirt and accelerate the wearing process.

The bearings TEST by moving drum by hand u may be able to feel loose or rough movement. And listen to sounds when turning it.

The drum rollers or castors:

It is very common for dryer drum rollers to wear out. If the dryer makes noise, particularly a loud rumbling noise, one or more of the rollers may be worn out. After removing the drum from the dryer, inspect the rollers.

Check for cracks, dryness, or damage and not engaging drum properly. Sometimes u can use high density LITHIUM BASE gear grease to re oil/grease them.







Beko DSV64W... | Answered on May 22, 2015

Unfortunately, if you double-check me here at the SPECIFICATIONS page of this dryers website link, it does not appear that this door IS interchangeable. I hope for your sake to be wrong but cannot find any information to state otherwise:

See here: http://www.beko.co.uk/Item/DSV64


Beko DSV64W... | Answered on Nov 25, 2014

hi take top off hold back of drum see if u can pull it up if you can feel play its more than liklely the bearing wot dryer is it

Beko Dryers | Answered on Feb 13, 2014


Dryers | Answered 14 hours ago

Looking for a switch for model 280SS serial no JFM92. Where can I get one

Dryers | Answered 2 days ago

If its like a grateing metal on metal it sounds like the rear bearing has worn through which is quite common.
hope this helps a bit

Dryers | Answered on Oct 13, 2020

I know this is a very old question, but I was having the same problem recently (with my Bosch 300 series) and finally figured it out the issue. Posting this in case anyone else has this issue in the future! I searched the web high and low, watched videos, read chats and forums. I even read the machine's manual, cover to cover. I tried everything. I cleaned the lint basket, the heat exchanger, and the moisture sensors. Etc. etc. The solution I discovered is so simple... but it works for me. I discovered that, in my case, the issue is how long I hold my finger on the start button. If you tap it quickly, nothing happens at all. If you hold your finger on the button for too long, it beeps twice and the machine won't start. You have to press the button for just the right amount of time (about 1 second), and then it will start. So frustrating! Hope this is info is helpful for someone.

Dryers | Answered on Oct 07, 2020

To all victims of the brownish colored streak marks: I share your frustration!!! I have the same problem with my dryer which started when my dryer was only 3 or 4 years old - - totally unacceptable for an expensive top of the line dryer! A repair guy showed me how the brownish streak marks come from the felt liner which goes around the drum. Look inside your dryer for the beige or tan colored felt which sticks out around the circular drum. If you rub the felt with an old white t-shirt or paper towel, you will see the same brownish colored marks. My repairman recommended getting the felt replaced eventually, but until then, he gave me the following tips which really help avoid getting the streaks: For white or light colored clothes susceptible to the brownish streak marks: I dry these items as part of a very lightweight dryer load - with just a few other lightweight items. By doing a small lightweight load, clothing is less likely to get caught up & rub against the felt edges. For example, I dry 4 light colored men's dress shirts with 2 or 3 other lightweight shirts. OR for white or light colored athletic "dry fit" type athletic apparel, I dry 6 - 8 total lightweight shirts/shorts. If I throw my white Nike top or white pair of summer pants into the dryer with all my "whites", they will be doomed to getting brownish streaks due to the heavy load pushing them against the darned felt liner! Whenever possible, I wash susceptible items on permanent press to avoid wrinkling, then hang dry. Prior to putting these clothes in the dryer, I also "pre-clean" the felt with an old white cotton t-shirt by reaching into the dryer and rubbing along the felt edges until I'm not getting as much brownish color on the t-shirt rag. For a permanent fix, call a repairman or see the following do-it-yourself YouTube video on "Dryer Repair - Replacing the Lower Front Drum Felt Seal": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoYP_YsGP68 . I have a repair person coming today to fix 2 other appliances, so I'm finally getting my dryer fixed, and I will post an update soon.

Dryers | Answered on Oct 03, 2020

A dryer is a high-power electrical appliance, consuming more than 1000W. I have measured one before and it consumed around 6000W. To heat the wires that produce heat, a lot of current is pulled and since it is connected to the same supply source of electricity, there is a dip in voltage from other areas before it resumes. It means the lights and the appliance are on the same circuit. This is the most common reason. These appliances need a dedicated source as they pull a lot of electrical current, especially when they start.
There may be other reasons: Loose wires that may need to be checked by a qualified, professional electrician.

Hope that helps.

Dryers | Answered on Sep 27, 2020

Most TV's use a switchmode power supply, you can hear it when the tv "clicks" as it turns on from the remote.
Over time, these can suffer from dry solder joints, among other problems, due to the power supply heating and cooling constantly when the TV is on and off.
One thing you can try, as a test, is to blow a hair dryer into the air vent on the TV for a few minutes, and then see if it turns on more reliably, as usually heating the power supply fixes the problem in the short term. This would also be evidenced if the TV will usually turn on just after turning it off, but leaving it off for an hour or two results in the problem coming back.
Unfortunately these days it's cheaper to get a new TV with all the new tech standards, than have the old TV fixed just for something else to go wrong in another year or two.

Dryers | Answered on Sep 27, 2020

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Dryers | Answered on Sep 25, 2020

What is Shiver Mode?
I know what you are thinking - it's when you go out in the snow and you come back in freezing cold, but apart from that how many people know what GHD shiver mode is?
At FixMyGhds we occasionally get GHD repairs sent to us and when we test them there doesn't appear to be a fault. We go through the ghds and test all the components thoroughly and as a last resort we will ring the customer. When we ask what the fault is they say it is a constant beeping noise and they don't warm up.
There are a couple of reasons for this. 1 is a fault in the circuit boards in side the GHD arms and the other is 'Shiver Mode'.
Shiver Mode is a feature that GHD straighteners have built in in all models after the GHD 3.1b. (so GHD4.0 to 4.2b, 5.0 ect). It is designed so that when the temperature is below about 11 degrees C the ghds will not power the heater plates up and the GHD,s will just make a constant beeping noise.
The reason why this feature has been built into the straighteners is because if they were to get suddenly warm from below about 11 degrees the moisture in the air surrounding the PCB,s can form condensation. The condensation on the electronic components may then cause damage to the PCB's and permanently damage the straighteners to the point where they wont power up at all and need to be sent off for repair.
11 degrees is pretty cool for the straighteners to get if they are kept in a centrally heated house but in very cold weather if the heating hasn't been on overnight they may get below this threshold temperature. Also if you have been travelling and the ghd's have been left in a cold car for example they may go into Shiver Mode when you first take them into the house.
If your GHDs are constantly beeping and wont heat up, before you book a repair let the straighteners warm up to above 11 degrees and they should then work properly. If you are in a rush to use them then they can be placed on a radiator for a short period of time or gently heated with a hairdryer.
If this still doesn't work then there is a good chance that they have gone faulty and a repair should be booked from the home page of our web site www.fixmyghds.com All the repairs are carried out within 24 hours of us receiving them.
If you are unsure or want any more information about ghd repair please ring Mike on 07788 144744

Dryers | Answered on Sep 23, 2020

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