An error code on the display screen of your Beko washing machine will point to where an operating issue may lie, even though you may not be able to fix it yourself. The Beko error code system, depending on your model, typically ranges from E1 to E18 and here you’ll find a brief summary of what some of these error codes mean…
Beko washing machine error code E1
Error code E1 indicates that an issue with the thermistor wiring has been detected. This is the circuit that regulates the temperature of your appliance, which should register at 25 degrees centigrade.
Beko washing machine error code E02/E2
Beko washing machine error code E02 signifies that there's a problem with the heater which will also generally be a wiring issue.
Beko washing machine error code E3
This is another heater-related issue within your washing machine but in this case, there will be a constant stream of heat probably relating to the control board relay.
Beko washing machine error code E04/E4
This error code is a filling issue which could be related to relatively simple problems with the door latch system or more complex difficulties with wiring or the water valve.
Beko washing machine error code E5
A drainage issue will cause this error code to display. This may be due to a kinked or obstructed drainage hose, a blocked or defective drain pump, or more complicated issues with the control board.
Beko washing machine error code E6
A defective motor will generally cause this error code to display and may be accompanied by your washing machine becoming more unstable and moving during the wash cycle.
Beko washing machine error code E7
If your washing machine empties every time you begin the wash cycle or won’t start the wash cycle at all this often indicates a problem with the level sensor and this error code will display.
Beko washing machine error code E9
This error code is showing a problem with the door lock which is preventing your washing machine from starting. The door lock motor or switch assembly may be defective or worn so the door won’t remain securely closed.
Beko washing machine error code E11
Your washing machine is again experiencing problems with the motor if this error code displays and is often a more complex issue to put right.
Explanations of other fault codes
Beko washing machine error code C1
This code relates to problems with your washing machine being unable to fill with water ot not taking in enough water to start the wash cycle.
Beko washing machine error code C2
This is a pumping problem meaning that your appliance is unable to drain possibly due to a blockage of the drain pump. This will also result in the drum not turning.
Beko washing machine error code C3
When water remains in the base of your washing machine or inside the machine this error code will display.
Beko washing machine error code C9
If your washing machine experiences an imbalance during the spin cycle this is the error code that will display.
Beko washing machine error codes EA/EAO
This error message indicates that there’s a problem with the drum position sensor.
Beko washing machine error codes EbO/EHO
When the voltage of the incoming power supply is too low these error codes will display.
Beko washing machine error codes EFO/EF3
If your washing machine is showing these error codes there’s a problem with the quantity of detergent being used.
Need more error code diagnoses?
Simply get in touch with your local experienced appliance repair technicians who will be able to quickly source any of the above issues and effectively resolve them for you.