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Beko Washing Machine Error Codes and Troubleshooting Tips

An interesting feature of Beko washing machine error codes is that they display not what the fault is per se, but rather, where the fault can be identified in the machine and which functions are impaired. With this in mind, if you have a Beko washing machine that is displaying certain error codes and you want to know what they mean so that you can resolve them, take a look at our handy guide below.

Common Beko washing machine error codes

Although this is not an exhaustive list of everything that can go wrong, the error codes below should help you diagnose and troubleshoot your Beko washing machine problems. In some cases, you’ll be able to do this easily by yourself. However, there may be cases when you may need to call in an expert. With this in mind, let’s explore what each of these codes indicate.


This indicates a problem with the thermistor wiring, which is responsible for monitoring the water temperature in the washer and moving the wash cycle along. If you see this error, you will need to call in a specialist to check the thermistor reading and test the connection.


The heating system in the machine is at fault and it could result in the water not heating up. Since it is most likely a wiring issue, you’ll need to contact a professional.


This is when continuous heating takes place inside your washing machine. Once again, you’ll need a specialist to check the control board relay for the heater.


This is an indication of a failure by the washer to take in water. Contact a professional.


A Beko washing machine error code E05 signals a problem with water drainage. Check whether your filters are blocked or the hoses kinked. It could also be something more complicated that involves the main module or pump itself. If you’ve done the initial troubleshooting and the problem persists, contact a professional.


Signalling a motor problem that results in a very shaky washing machine, you should call in an expert.


Here, the level sensor could be faulty and this will require diagnostics and repairs by a pro.


A Beko washing machine error code E08 is displayed when your machine fails to take in water. This could be caused by a valve problem, faulty wiring in the pump system or triac control panel circuits. It requires a trained eye.

E9 & E10

Whereas an E9 code indicates a fault with the lock, E10 means that the door is jammed. In both cases, an expert’s help will be required. On some machines, an error code E10 can mean problems with taking in water, not taking in enough water or problems with the drain.


This is an indication of a motor error and should be handled by a qualified technician.

E17 & E18

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Error code E17 is an alert that excessive foam has been detected owing to overloading the washer with detergent. It may simply require several cycles to clear. E18 means the laundry load is unbalanced. Consider removing some of the clothing inside the washer or readjusting it so that the load is balanced.

E20 & E21

This indicates pumping problems. The washing machine will either not drain, the drum will not turn or it makes an unusual noise because of a blockage of the drain pump.


There is water at the bottom of the washing machine.

E40 & E41

The washer’s door or lid is open or not closed correctly, the appliance is overloaded or the door lock is faulty.


Any code beginning with E6 refers to a heating problem with the machine.


The cycle selector was not set correctly or the washing machine possibly started with the cycle selector set halfway between two wash cycles.

E90, E91, E92, E93 or E94

This indicates configuration or communication problems with the electronic parts. It’s important to call in a professional.


This indicates problems with taking in water, not taking in enough water or problems with the drain.


A signal of pump problems and the drain pump could be obstructed.


Water has been detected at the bottom or inside the machine.


This is a signal of an imbalance during a spin cycle.


A Beko washing machine error code F11 signals a communication error between the machine's control board and the motor control board. This could be owing to loose wire connections or a complete control board failure.

In summary

Your Beko washing machine is intelligent and can tell you where the problem is using its display codes. While you’ll be able to address some of the problems, others will require a professional hand. Let us help fix your washing machine effectively and efficiently in the most convenient way for you. Simply get in touch with us and our friendly professionals will take care of the rest.