Beko Fridge FreezerBeko is the UK best selling fridge freezer brand. Their TV advert says that they have a fridge freezer to suit any kitchen and, of course, we’ve got the genuine Beko fridge freezer spare parts and accessories covered – whatever Beko model you opt for.

Beko Fridge Spare PartsBeko fridge freezers benefit from all the latest must-have refrigeration innovations. Beko models are feature packed with easy access storage for fresh meat and fish, while some models even have built-in water dispensers.

If you’re looking for flexible storage to accommodate your busy lifestyle but you don’t want to compromise on a stylish finish, then a Beko fridge freezer may well be the ideal solution. However, this is far from unknown and if you are already benefiting from a Beko fridge freezer then you will want to keep it in the best possible condition.

There are a number of simple fridge freezer maintenance tasks that can be done regularly to fix or prevent any problems that may occur. Firstly, you should make cleaning the fridge freezer part of your routine. Appliance hygiene is a big issue and places like the salad draws and door seals can become a haven for bacteria if not properly cleaned.

Items such as fridge bulbs can blow after an extended period of time, but are easily replaced. It is also more than possible that items such as bottle holders and glass fridge shelves can be the victim of household accidents during cleaning.

If you need to buy any replacement Beko fridge freezer parts you can get them at BuySpares. Remember you can buy genuine Beko parts for the full range of Beko home appliances. Our range includes all the most popular appliance parts such as Beko dishwasher spare parts and Beko washing machine parts.

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2 Responses to “How To Maintain a Beko Fridge Freezer”

  1. sue stevens:

    May 29th, 2017 at 3:52 pm

    i have a beko fridge/freezer cf7914aps how do i take out the drip tray at the bottom at the back

  2. mariya:

    June 22nd, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    Hi Sue,

    If you look at the image on the part:

    You can see in the red circle a plastic arrow headed prong that locks the tray to the top of the compressor. A strong pull from both sides should allow this to be released and the tray removed.

    Kind regards,
    The BuySpares Team


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