Beko ovens have key features at a glance with touch control LED fully programmable timers, True Fan cooking that offers uniform heat throughout for quick and even cooking results, and SimplySteam cleaning that softens burnt on food and grease making cleaning easy.
But even the finest technology can have its glitches! Look at a selection of common Beko oven faults and troubleshooting here…Beko oven not working
When the oven isn’t working, you’ll need to check that the oven timer is set to manual – an auto setting won’t allow the oven to turn on. If this is in order there may be a problem with the incoming power supply. Plugs, sockets, fuses and wiring will all need to be safely checked by a qualified engineer.
Beko electric cooker problems can also include temperature sensors, bake and broil elements, igniter issues, and the oven’s main control board. Your professional electric oven repair technician knows how to deal with all these difficulties.Beko oven fan not working
A problem with Beko ovens can be a faulty oven fan element which will cause the oven to blow cold air but will still work. The element may be burnt or damaged internally. A faulty oven fan motor could be the problem if the fan is noisy, or turning slower than normal. This relates to the oven light is on, the element gets hot, but the heating is ineffective.
Other issues could be a faulty oven thermostat or even an incorrect oven setting. Beko oven fan rattling? Your technician will check the fan blades to make sure they haven’t come loose, give the fan a thorough clean, and replace any faulty parts.Beko oven not heating up
When your Beko oven isn’t heating up or is tripping the electricity supply, this is a sure indication that the fan oven element has blown. Beko oven not getting hot enough? If the fan is running and the thermostat light comes on but there’s no heat this is probably due to failing fan or oven elements.
Your local appliance repairer will be able to easily test the components and replace them as necessary.Beko oven overheating
Overheating issues are commonly caused by a faulty thermostat which is responsible for regulating heat inside the oven. A faulty cooling fan will also result in the oven becoming too hot. Oven vents, control panels, temperature sensors, and selector switches are all familiar culprits – and can all be repaired or replaced by your trusted technician.Beko grill element doesn’t work
This would normally indicate that the grill element itself is defective. But there could be problems with the oven changeover switch, the overheat thermostat, or the main oven thermostat if this is used to regulate the grill temperature. If the grill overheats this will trip the thermal cut-out.
If any of these components need repairing or replacing your Beko oven expert will complete these jobs for you.Beko oven door won’t close properly
This could be due to a defective hinge spring or latch – both of which may need professionally replacing. A worn door gasket which is the rubber or plastic seal located on the interior door edge will also prevent the door from staying closed and sealed. This should be replaced to prevent heat from escaping from the interior oven space as oven seal detaching is one of the reasons why cooking times can be prolonged.
Need a Beko Oven Repair?
Get in touch with a Beko oven repair London (electric oven) specialist and you’ll soon have your oven up and running again. All you need to do is call and get a quote, arrange a visit to suit you, and sit back and relax while trained and experienced appliance repair technicians diagnose any faults and fix them for you. And every repair is delivered with a six-month quality guarantee.