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Beko tumble dryer not drying. drum goes round but it doesn't get hot. Model DRCS68

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  • dea35 May 03, 2008

    Hiya, i'm really mad at the moment. My tumble dryer DRCS 68 which is only 4 months old, has suddenly stopped heating up. It is still spining, but is giving off no heat whatsoever. Please Help!!!!!

  • Anonymous May 27, 2008

    same problem a beko thumble dryer DRCS68W SPINNIG BUT NOT HEATING????

  • Anonymous Jun 03, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem, spins etc but no heat, machine is just out of warranty but has been hardly used.Repairers don,t seem to want to work on Beko,s as they say spares are very difficult to obtain. Hopefully someone will come up with the answer before I have to contact Beko and end up wiyh a big bill!

  • Louise2268 Jun 09, 2008

    I have the same promlem with this model DRCS68W. Have tried all the steps in the manual to try and fix it but still the same. drum working but no heat at all. just over a year old and out of warranty!!

  • sharon jones
    sharon jones Mar 21, 2014

    Hi ive just hit the same problem tumble is still working but not drying the clothes... Any ideas??

  • sharon jones
    sharon jones Mar 21, 2014

    Hi can anyone help, ive just got the same problem.. Tumble is still working but not drying the clothes?? Any ideas??

  • bob pearce
    bob pearce May 01, 2014

    claim under warranty - contact beko

  • Debbz Hughes Jan 08, 2019

    Is there a reset button for model DC7110W

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Is there a reset button on a beko tumble dryer drvs 62 w pls

Posted on May 14, 2009

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    Paul Bickerton Aug 02, 2014

    yep its behind the back pannel

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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

Posted on Aug 20, 2008

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  • murppy Jan 29, 2011

    helped me a lital thank you

  • Kaz120 Jul 13, 2011

    Have tried doing this but lights dont flash after holding button for 10 secs

  • Kaz120 Jul 13, 2011

    Have just managed to get all lights to flash i had to hold down both cancel buttons first then realease them its going through its test mode now will update later to let you know if it has worked

  • Kaz120 Jul 13, 2011

    Have tried doing this its still the same no heat at all

  • connolly1974
    connolly1974 Nov 25, 2012

    This just worked for me Thanks

  • Jayne Tear
    Jayne Tear Jun 30, 2017

    Thank you so much for this. I was just about to start taking dryer apart to reset thermostat and saw this solution. I gave it a try (not hoping for much) - it worked - what a simple solution can't thank you enough. You would have thought this would be mentioned in the fault finding part of the user manual.

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How do i change the thermostat on the beko drcs68w

Posted on Feb 16, 2011

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Where is the cancel button.


I have tried

setting the dial to delicates then turning on the machine. Pressing down the start/pause/cancel button for 10 sec then release. Press the start/pause/cancel again but not all lights show the machine just starts its normal cycle.

I cant seem to get all lights to flash and get the machine in test mode.

Any further assistance would be a great help.

Those buggers at beko dont even supply real online help or manuals.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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Turned the dial to delicates hold down the buzzer cancel button (one on left) and turn on machine. After a few seconds the lights flash and the buzzer goes off. This is all very well but problem of 'no heat' remains so I'm putting it down to a dead heater (about £40+fit).

Posted on Jan 08, 2010

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  • Amquietone Nov 21, 2010

    If I am reading embjon correctly, it is not the buzzer button that you should be pressing, but the start/pause/cancel to the right of the buzzer button.
    Has anyone had success in doing this to reset this machine? And having the heat work?

  • matt leech Nov 02, 2012

    i tried this,nothing happened and cant turn the machine on now

  • Luke Rollason Nov 02, 2012

    When this dryer goes haywire the reset works fine. If there's no heat you will need to change the heater which is really easy to do. Buy a new heater:http://www.amazon.co.uk/GENUINE-BEKO-Tum...

    Turn off power, unscrew back and swap the heater, screw cover back on and there you go. I've been through 4 heaters with this dryer and each time it's been due to operating in low temperatures of around zero or below. As my dryer is in the garage it's got extremely cold each time the heater has broke. Coincidence I think not.

  • Julie Cooper Dec 18, 2012

    I have two of the sensor dryers and both stopped heating when the weather gets cold as with Luke's. So annoying as in the manual it says that they need an operating temp of 5 degrees but that information is not available when purchasing. There should be a warning as most people have dryers in a garage or utility area. Electricity is expensive enough without having to heat the room for a dryer!

  • Paula Miller Nov 28, 2016

    Tried the reset. Still not drying. Cleaned the condenser out. Still no joy. You can hear the machine working and the clothes get warm but won't dry them. Any ideas?

  • Peter Collins
    Peter Collins Jan 31, 2017

    I had the heater element broken on mine, I replaced them for £17 from ebay. I did it myself. it worked fine afterward,, but now I have the same issue of no heat. the elements look fine, but maybe the thermostat or control circuit is faulty, I dont see why they would stop heaters if the room was under 5 degrees, my unit is in the shed, and probably around that temp.

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My tumble dryer wont heat up either, when i turn off machin and hold down cancel button then turn machine on all the lights flashes but then when i press start button it make a loud buzzing noise and still no heat.. can any1 help me asap please...

Posted on May 03, 2012

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  • Richard Tudway May 04, 2012

    Mine did the same again since Dec 14th and I had to clean the heat exchanger again. With the wet weather my better half uses tumble dryer a lot as we have 3 kids. The heat exchanger needs cleaning regulary. Mine works fine after. If not the tumble dryer go's through all the motions except drying clothers.

  • matt leech Nov 02, 2012

    what is the heat exchanger?

  • matt leech Nov 02, 2012

    its a beko drcs68w, i changed the belt now theres no heat

  • mburridge
    mburridge Jan 03, 2013

    The heat exchanger is located on the front bottom right. The cover just pulls off and you will see a sign saying heat exchanger clean monthly. Then there are 3 grey latches and a red latch. Turn these and you can then pull the heat exchanger out. Clean both sides with a brush so that air can pass through. I did this and now I have heat again

  • Theodore Gadget Jan 16, 2013

    Tried all previous tips - with no joy - but saw this & sure enough the heat exchanger was totally blocked. Didn't know the madre ******** was there! Thanks a bunch mburridge - yr a star - take a formal blessing from a ham ****** diy er!

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My tumble dryer is making a rerrible noise

Posted on Mar 29, 2011

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Unscrew back cover and press reset button on the bottom thermostat directly above heating elements (the one with the blue wire running to it). It will have likely tripped due to opening the door during the cycle (fan turns off while heater keeps going for a while) or due to blocked filters. If this does not work ( you'll hear a click when pressing the reset button only if it has indeed tripped) then the thermostat is likely broken and you will need a new element and thermostat set. Easy to fit if you do need to.

Posted on May 13, 2014

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    rikki Feb 22, 2015

    didn't click but seems to have done the job . Thanks

  • Kenny Jester Mcauley Nov 03, 2015

    dude you where right did the trick would never have known that and would have bought a new one
    SO A HUGH THANK YOU

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I cleaned the heat exchanger really well (Like I shold do monthly, but don't) and mine now works!

Posted on Dec 14, 2011

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Check heating element first.

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