Beko tumble dryers offer a range of features to suit your needs, are energy efficient, and gentle on your laundry. Large load capacity condenser dryers let you dry larger items easily. And sensor programmes will stop the cycle when optimal dryness level has been reached.
Heat pump technology conserves and reuses the hot air during tumble drying cycles to save heat. The technology absorbs moisture which the drier reheats without wasting energy. Ensuring clothes are dried quickly and efficiently.
So, what do you do when things go wrong? This guide will give you information on where the fault may lie – and contacting a qualified engineer will ensure any repairs are carried out safely and meet all industry standards. See a range of Beko dryer problems and troubleshooting here…Beko condenser dryer not working
This could be due to a door switch issue. Some Beko models are fitted with red locking clips. The door microswitch or the catch on the door that operates the switch may break or fail to activate. Plastic pegs can easily bend – if these items are defective the tumble dryer won’t start. Other Beko condenser dryer problems related to this problem could be electrical. If power sockets fuses, and the circuit breaker have all been checked, this could be a capacitor or motor problem. A humming noise indicates that the drum could be jammed. All of these snags can be quickly repaired by a qualified engineer.Beko tumble dryer keeps stopping
This is most likely caused by the thermal overload switch cutting out because the temperature is too hot. Or the motor is overworking. This could be due to an obstruction in the vent. Other issues could be related to the overload switch itself not operating properly. Beko condenser dryer problems that cause the programme to stop mid-cycle points to the motor plate that holds the motor in place being stopped by the circuit breaker tripping. Any issues with blocked vents and thermal fuses should be inspected by an expert.Beko tumble dryer not heating
A Beko tumble dryer not heating up means that the heater fuse has tripped or the thermal overload has cut out. These mechanisms are a safety feature that prevents the appliance from overheating and catching fire. Other causes of tumble dryer heating problems can be a malfunctioning heating element, a faulty thermostat, or an exhaust vent full of lint and other debris.
Other Beko sensor dryer common faults include leaks from the condenser or the water tank. The condenser located at the bottom left of the appliance does need cleaning monthly – but extra care has to be taken when refitting the condenser in its housing as doing this incorrectly can cause more leaks. If this is a persistent problem it will need an experienced repair technician to provide a solution.
Wobbling and vibrating are two additional Beko condenser tumble dryer faults. Often caused by the appliance being placed on an uneven surface. The feet can be adjusted at the base of the tumble dryer to level it up.
Another common fault is a high-pitched noise emitted from the appliance – this is a sign that the motor bearings are wearing out. If the noise tends to be more squeaky this indicates that the tension pulley wheels may be wearing.
Get an Insured Repair Service
Beko dryer repair London experts are waiting – armed with all the latest tools and equipment to carry out your maintenance. Whatever Beko tumble dryer problems you’re experiencing trained and experienced technicians will solve and fix them for you. And you’ll be able to book a short notice appointment so you won’t be waiting long for your Beko tumble dryer to be up and running as new.