Beko cooker not heating up, How to replace oven element

by / Wednesday, 30 July 2014 / Published in Cooker & Oven, Fan Oven Elements

Beko oven not heating up, How to replace a Beko fan oven element.

 

Beko Fan Oven Elements

Beko Fan Oven Elements

 

 

This cooker tutorial is on a Beko oven that is not heating up or tripping the electric supply (earth trip or Rcd on fuse board) it can be used on free standing Beko cooker or built in cookers.

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Finding the faults:

1. The first thing you need to check is that the oven timer is not on auto if it is turn it on to manual.

2. When you turn the oven on that the thermostat light comes on, then after 5 minutes you find that you do not have any heat in the oven then this is a good indication that the oven element has blown and need replacing.

3. If when you turn the oven on and it trips the electricity (this is the earth trip or Rcd on fuse board) then you have a very good chance that the oven element has gone to earth. You will need to test the element with a mega (earth insulation tester) if there are no clear signs that it has blown.

4. On most built in ovens you will need to remove the oven from its housing and then start taking it apart.

 

How to replace your fan oven element in your Beko cooker.

1. Disconnect the appliance from the electric supply!
2. Take of the door according to your hinge types see videos on this. This gives you more room to work and stops any damage accruing to the door or hinges.
3. Now you can remove all oven shelves in the cooker.
4. Take out the fan guard at the back by removing the screws.
5. You now need to remove the element screws (see video on this) some can be removed from inside front of oven others have to be removed from back.
6. Disconnected the wirers from the element (always good practise to take notes of where they came from of take a photograph)
7. Test element for fault, see our video on this
8. If the element is faulty replace it.
9. If this tutorial helped you and you did not by the part from us you can always get paul a beer for making this video tutorial for you.




81 Responses to “Beko cooker not heating up, How to replace oven element”

  1. gary says : Reply

    hi
    I have a built in oven that seem to take longer than usual to heat up?
    I put the oven on the required temp to cook food yet for some reason when the timer is up the food is not even half cooked ?
    not sure on the model number I’m afraid but any advice would be very grateful

  2. GRANT DUNCAN says : Reply

    hi,my BEKO oven is running ok,fan ok,but will not heat above approx 100 degrees although it set at 220 degrees,when i move the temp control up and down the red light goes out about 80 or 100 degrees ,so it seems the temp control/thermostat is working.
    I heated up food tonight and usaually takes approx 30 mins set at 220 degrees,but after 30 mins it was only luke warm
    any suggestions?
    thanks

  3. Ralph Macartney says : Reply

    Hi, I have a built in beko OIF21300B which isn’t heating up on the main oven. Having replaced the element tonight thinking that was the source of the issue it has not resolved the issue? Have tested the element I took out and it seems fine also. What’s my next move?

    Thanks
    Ralph

  4. Jane says : Reply

    Hi, Hubby disconnected the oven element in the Beko DVC665X. To replace with the new one. But on connecting it again, it just keeps tripping the fuse. Do you have any ideas what might be wrong?

  5. Alan Thomson says : Reply

    When replacing the element on a Beko oven, which wire goes where at the back, yellow on top or grey on top?

  6. Alan says : Reply

    My grill is being temperamental, sometimes it works , other times it just refuses to heat.
    I would presume there is a short somewhere but where do I start looking?

  7. Neal Clayton says : Reply

    Hello,

    I’m having an issue with a beko BDVC663W, It’s dead!

    And what i mean, it’s unresponsive to any of the controls, none of the lights come on, I’ve checked the main power supply to the unit, an all is fine.

    It was working perfectly fine yesterday, just will not power up?!
    I have checked the wiring to the cooker, and all is in order, there has never been any tell tale signs of anything wearing out either.

    And to make matters worst, it’s 2 year cover expired 6 months ago!

    Any advice given would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advance.

    Neal

  8. Mr J bartlett says : Reply

    I have a beko elctric oven model BSC630K
    The oven and grill are not working, no oven light on, no heat either. Do you have any ideas what the problem might be?, the hobs on top are working fine

  9. Tommy says : Reply

    My Beto CIF71 oven doesn’t heat to the correct temperature. I have followed your checks and it does heat so don’t need to change the element. What else should I do, how do I check if the selector switch is on manual, the timer is not on auto and the thermostat cut out isn’t cutting out?

  10. Claire Johnstone says : Reply

    Hi my beko single oven the oven is heating up but taking a very long time to cook anything hours x. And the fan is not working do I need a new oven xxx

  11. John Warren says : Reply

    An excellent tuition video, having never changed an element before and not much of an electrician, found it very informative and being able to see the element being changed really boosted my confidence. Element arrived the next day as promised so well done on the delivery service as well.

    Thank you very much

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