Beko washing machine self test & diagnostic mode

by / Monday, 27 July 2015 / Published in Washing machines

How to enter test mode Beko washing machine to find the fault

 

When looking at the dial on a Beko washing machine treat it as a clock 1 to 12 as in picture.
On some models you may have more programs but for the basic access into the diagnostic mode is the same the same

How to enter test mode Beko washing machine to find the fault

Start by turning the washing machine of with door shut.

Now turn the dial to the position 1 Which is normally the 90c hold the start /pause button down while you press the on/off button to on for a couple of seconds till light flashes

Now turn the dial to the position 6 and hold down a few seconds the next time you enter it should turn on all the lights now you are in self test diagnostic mode:

Every time you Press the on/off button it will change the test function.

1st all the lights will show

 2nd will not do anything

3rd This will tell the motor to turn at standard wash speed clockwise with pump emptying.

4th This will tell the motor to turn at standard wash speed anticlockwise with pump emptying.

5th This will tell the motor to spin clockwise with pump emptying.

6th This will activate right hand compartment water valve. Please note machine will keep filling until you stop it.

7th This will activate left hand compartment water valve. Please note machine will keep filling until you stop it.

8th This will activate booth water valves together. Please note machine will keep filling until you stop it.

9th will not do anything

10th this will start fill cycle until water activates the pressure switch at normal fill level (Normally just below the glass on the door) when the Beko washing machine has reached the level it will start clockwise rotation at normal wash action and heat the water. Please note You Have to stop it manually.

11 this will activate the pump only to empty.

Press again and you are back at the start. Turn machine of and leave for a few minutes and the switch back on and you’re in normal wash mode.




54 Responses to “Beko washing machine self test & diagnostic mode”

  1. david burdis says : Reply

    Hi I have a Beco washing machine, I do not seem to be getting any power to the washing machine I have checked the plug fuse and the socket and both are OK. There is nothing showing on the display, is there an internal cut-out switch or something on these models, I have tried to reset the unit by holding down the start ,pause and cancel buttons for the 3-5 seconds as recommended but without any success.
    Any advice would be appreciated.
    Dave

  2. Colin says : Reply

    Hi. Beko wm5140s. When on off is turned on the machine trips the master fuse. Landlord tried disconnecting the motor and it trips the socket fuse only. Obviously tried replacing fuse and using different sockets. The machine isnt new to me and was recently transported here by car. Any thoughts please?

  3. Iain says : Reply

    Hi, I have a Beko 51221 S. and it’s stuck with the end/cancel button flashing. Doesn’t matter what setting you have, nothing happens. Any ideas?

  4. shahin ahmed says : Reply

    hi Paul. You’re doing a great job at helping people on distress, like myself. My BEKO WX943440W has no hot water when washing clothes. Is there a diagnostic and test mode on this model of machine. Thanks.

  5. G barlow says : Reply

    Beko WMB101433LW motor doesn’t run.everything else sounds like it’s working!

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