How to replace and test Beko washing machine element and Ntc sensor

by / Monday, 30 March 2015 / Published in Heating Systems, Washing machines




How To Replace Beko washing machine elements and NTC sensors

 

Beko made washing machines elements and NTC sensors are quite easy to fit and on a lot of models the control board will tell you when something is wrong.

How to test and replace Beko washing machine elements and NTC sensors

  1. Remove the screws from back of the back panel of the Beko washing machine (on this Beko model). These are normally philips head screws.
  2. The element is situated at the bottom of the drum. Take photo of the wiring before disconnecting it.
  3. Just uncouple the wires attached to the thermostat. Usually spade connectors.
  4. You will now be able to test with a multi meter.
  5. You can now also test the Beko NTC sensor you will need to set your meter to ohms Ω and see if it is correct, if you are not sure see our videos on NTC sensors.
  6. To remove Element and NTC sensor undo this nut which is attached to the retaining clip, with a spanner or a socket. Don’t undo it all the way because you have to tap the nut in, to release the pressure on the seal, then with a flat bade screw driver prise the washing machine heater element away from the outer tube. Be careful with this
  7. The NTC sensors (thermostat) is a push fit into the element
  8. Replace which part is need and reverse this procedure

7 Responses to “How to replace and test Beko washing machine element and Ntc sensor”

  1. andy says : Reply

    could over filling and pumping out be due to faulty ntc sensor.model is wm 1501 w thanks

  2. i have a beko wm5121w washing machine. no power is getting to the heating element. i have tried to trace the wiring but its awkward to do. when i put a tester on the wires of the element and start the washer no power is getting to it. any help would be appreciated.

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  4. Edward craig says : Reply

    watched your video on changing heater element, quite helpful, thanks

  5. Rob says : Reply

    how the hell do you put the new heating element in? It will not sit right. it will not seal, so water is pissing out everywhere. it sticks out on one side. ive tried tapping it lightly but it will not go in and will not seal. help please.

    • Rob says : Reply

      Not to wrry. The bolt wasn’t tightening properly to grip the sides and seal it. all done and tested now. thanks. saved me a few bob 🙂

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