How to Unblock or Replace Beko Washing Machine Pump

by / Friday, 13 February 2015 / Published in Pumps, Washing machines

How to Replace Beko Washing Machine Pump

Beko Washing Machine Pump

Beko Washing Machine Pump

If your Beko washing machine is not emptying or it is filling with water but it´s not draining the water correctly then there is good chance that your Beko washing machine pump has failed or the hoses are blocked.

This video will show you how to replace Beko washing machine pump, we are working on a Beko but this guide is also good for the following makes of washing machine: Alpari , Ardem , Altus , Aya, Bravo , Bluesky , Continental Edison , Carad , Far , Funix , Linetech , Listo , Proline , Saba , Selecline, Unic Line , Wellin & Westwood.

How to Replace Beko Washing Machine Pump

If your Beko washing machine is not emptying or it is filling with water but it´s not draining the water then it is a good chance that your Beko washing machine pump has failed.

beko washing machine pumpThis video will show you how to replace Beko washing machine pump, we are working on a Beko but this guide is also good for the following makes of washing machine: Alpari , Ardem , Altus , Aya, Bravo , Beko , Bluesky , Continental Edison , Carad , Far , Funix , Linetech , Listo , Proline , Saba , Selecline, Unic Line , Wellin & Westwood.

This video can be used on nearly all these Beko Washing Machine models some examples.

BEKO WM5100S - Ser.No.7148881100; Ser.No.7148881200, BEKO WM5100W, BEKO WM5120S, BEKO WM5120W, BEKO WM5121S, BEKO WM5121W, BEKO WM5140S, BEKO WM5140W, BEKO WM6103W, BEKO WM6120S, BEKO WM6123S, BEKO WM6123W, BEKO WM6133S, BEKO WM6133W, BEKO WM6143S, BEKO WM6143W, BEKO WM6167S, BEKO WM6167W, BEKO WM6355W, BEKO WMC61W, BEKO WMC62W, BEKO WMC64W

How does a Washing Machine Pump Works?

The main thing to know is that the pump runs on mains voltage, and spins an impeller round creating a vortex and expelling water out. It’s an extremely simple part.
A pump is a simple induction motor with an impeller and no serviceable parts. To run the pump, the machine just supplies it with power. The pump impeller just spins round and pumps water out through the waste hose. 
The only thing you can test on the motor is the continuity of the field windings across the two connectors use a meter for this, or if the impeller is jammed clear the bits from this and you can check that no hoses are blocked, if the appliance waste hose is fitted to a sink unit check your fittings are not blocked.

Do not test anything with the machine connected to the mains!

What commonly goes wrong when the Washing Machine Pump is faulty?

How to replace Beko washing machine pump or unblock the filterBefore the motor starts to turn, if you can hear a gentle humming noise, this may be a jammed pump trying to turn;
Some obstructions such as socks or a blocked filter don’t stop the impeller from spinning as normal but can prevent or restrict water from flowing through the drain hose;

If the field coil of a water pump goes open circuit, the pump fails to run, and the washing machine may not take in any water;
Washing machine pumps can become noisy if the bearings fail. Nine times out of ten though, a noisy pump is caused by an obstruction colliding with the rotating impeller. This often manifests itself as a grinding, grating sound that can come and go or be constant (depending on the obstruction). If the noise is due to bearing failure then the pump must be replaced.

To replace a Beko washing machine pump might sound scary, but it’s a surprisingly easy to replace and then fit a new pump with the help of our video.




8 Responses to “How to Unblock or Replace Beko Washing Machine Pump”

  1. dave newton says : Reply

    My washing machine will not fill , I checked filter n a piece of plastic bag was wrapped around fan part , it normally makes a pump noise to expell water out of machine before it fills , but nothing happens now but a buzzing noise then nothing

  2. derek powell says : Reply

    I am trying to chech the pump and following your very useful video, however i am unable to remove the filter on the front it does but will not come out. Any suggestion how i can remove this. Thank

  3. Joanna says : Reply

    Mine actually wouldn’t spin properly or drain unclocked using the how on this thread and it’s worked absolutely fine. It would constantly get stuck on 21 minutes on a wash and would continually wash I would have to then switched it off for it to end the cycle and then spin it, however it never drain properly on a spin cycle would get stuck on 8 would never spin it and then clothes would be at through. Now my washer works again, I knew something was clogged as I washed so cushion covers and the fibres that came from them caused it to get clogged. I knew after that wash as it never worked after that but was shocked from the amount of fibres that came off them.

  4. John says : Reply

    Great video, am just in the middle of running a check cycle having removed and cleaned the pump. With a 6 day baby at home and the machine going on the blink, this has been a life saver

  5. steve says : Reply

    Fantastic video, thanks. Got pump out very quickly and untangled hair band from propellor. Wouldnt have tried it without video.

  6. Eamon says : Reply

    Great vid, very useful

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