4 Beko Fridge Faults You Can Fix at Home

4 Beko Fridge Faults You Can You Fix

When it comes to fridges, Beko is the UK’s number one brand – and for good reason.  Since 1990, Beko have been selling a range of household appliances throughout the UK and Ireland, producing appliances which are designed to make life easier whilst also ensuring everyday appliances are energy efficient.

Despite their enviable reputation, as with all appliances, a Beko fridge can develop faults – and below we look at 4 of the most common ones you’re likely to experience and explain how you can repair them.

Fridge Too Warm / Too Cold:

If the fridge has recently been installed or the door has been left open for an extended period of time, it can take your appliance a couple of hours to reach the right temperature. If after a couple of hours the fridge is still too warm or too cold we recommend you manually adjust the temperature setting, ideally the fridge should be between 3⁰C and 5⁰C.

After manually changing the temperature in your fridge, if the appliance still isn’t reaching the desired temperatures it could be that the thermostat is faulty.  But this can be resolved with some simple DIY at home, as outlined in the video below:

Although a faulty thermostat is one possible reason for your fridge is too hot or too cold, it isn’t the only reason. Some of the other causes include:

  • Food / bottles blocking air vents and preventing air from circulating around the fridge. Make sure when putting food in the fridge, you don’t block vents – and surprisingly not all food which you think should be stored in the fridge needs to be, as explained in our previous post “Do You Know What Should & Shouldn’t Be Kept In Your Fridge?
  • The location of the appliance is not suitable – if your fridge is in an area which is “too warm” such as in direct sunlight or next to the cooker it may not be able to keep as cool as it should.
  • Condenser coils are dirty / fridge is too close to the wall. Ensure you regularly clean the condenser coils and the fridge is at least 10cm away from the wall, enabling the air to circulate.
  • Door seal has become faulty enabling cool air to seep out and hot air to seep in. If your door seal is faulty, find a replacement fridge door seal and fit this.

Fridge Temperature

Outside of Fridge Warm to Touch:

Understandably, if your Beko fridge is feeling warm to touch on the outside you may be concerned. But a Beko fridge being slightly warm to touch isn’t uncommon. In fact the design of some Beko appliances means they remove the heat from the content inside by transferring this with a gas through pipework under the surface of the sides to allow it to be taken away.

However, whilst this may be the reason for yours feeling warm to touch, at BuySpares, we would still recommend you keep an eye on the appliance in case a fault does develop or become evident. In such a situation, you should be able to find the advice on how to fix it in our advice centre.

Fridge Constantly Humming:

Any humming from your fridge will be due to the compressor, which runs to keep the appliance at the correct temperature. If the humming or low whirring sound is evident for extended periods of time, it’ll be because the compressor is trying to work harder to keep your fridge at the correct temperature.

You can limit how hard your Beko fridge compressor has to work by ensuring:

  • The ambient temperature outside the fridge is within the recommended range.
  • The door is not left open for extended periods of time, allowing warm air to fill the appliance.

You can also limit how hard the compressor on your fridge has to work by ensuring the coils on your fridge are kept clean and that the fridge is not pushed against the wall preventing air from circulating around the exterior of your appliance.

Leaking or Wet Inside:

Over time general wear and tear can cause your Beko fridge to show signs of leaks. In such a situation it is recommended you check the following 3 areas.

  • Door Seals – check these are intact and the door is closing tightly. If the door seal is damaged or the door isn’t closing tightly, cool air can leave the appliance resulting in condensation occurring. If seals are damaged, you will need to replace them.
  • Drip Pan – this is located on the compressor where the heat from the motor helps evaporate water which has come through the condensation drain hole. When checking such a part it is important to take care, as the pan is likely to have water in it. Once the pan is free from your fridge, give it a once over to check there’s no damage – if there is, get and fit a replacement drip pan.
  • Hose Fittings (for fridges with water dispensers fitted) – these are usually located at the back of the fridge, and it is recommended to check these for any signs of water leaks or if they’ve become loose. It’s also important when checking the hose fittings you are aware of how to turn off the water valve.

If there’s a pool of water inside your fridge at the bottom, your fridge will be feeling the effects of condensation – and this is usually caused due to the drainage hose being blocked by debris, meaning the water which has ran down the wet wall at the back of your fridge hasn’t been able to escape. You can resolve the issue by drying the bottom of your appliance, before unblocking the drainage hole with a cotton bud, and we recommend you clean this area of your fridge on a regular basis.

Understanding the common faults you’re likely to find with your Beko fridge and knowing how to repair them, rather than replacing your appliance, will help save you money in both the short and long term and ensure your appliance continues to work at its peak performance for longer.

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233 Comments

  1. Waheeda

    July 19, 2016 | 16:36 - Reply

    My beko fridg and freezer going warm what can I do . Is this BCs of warm weather or any other problem
    Pls answer me thanks

    • Eleanor

      July 20, 2016 | 09:05 - Reply

      Hi Waheeda

      The unusually high temperatures we’re currently experiencing here in the UK could certainly be having an adverse effect on your fridge freezer. We recommend purchasing a freezer thermometer so you can monitor the temperature inside your appliance and avoiding opening the fridge freezer door wherever possible.

      If your fridge freezer has not returned to normal once the weather has cooled down you may need to investigate further, looking into the possible cooling issues we mention in the above article.

      Hope this helps.

      Eleanor

  2. Rita Gorman

    August 1, 2016 | 08:59 - Reply

    Ice is forming on the rear wall of fridge and some items are freezing. In spite of setting at minimum.

    • Eleanor

      August 11, 2016 | 13:15 - Reply

      Hi Rita

      Ice droplets do form on the cold panel called the wet wall in most fridges and this is normal.

      When the door is opened the cold falls out being replaced with warm air. The thermostat then tells the fridge to turn on and provide more cooling. This can allow cold air to ‘pool’ in salad containers at the bottom freezing fruit and veg. If this is the problem move the fruits from the containers in hot weather. If the whole fridge is excessively cold (check with a thermometer) there may be a thermostat or sensor problem.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  3. James macdonald

    August 8, 2016 | 17:10 - Reply

    beko 4.4 cu .ft LC 120 Problem Drain whole icing over blocking the defrosting regardless off
    Clearing it blocks up again tried adjusting thermo. But to no Avail. Fridge 9years old

    Larder fridge

  4. James

    August 9, 2016 | 09:48 - Reply

    Regardless Of how often the defrosting hole is cleared it freezes again. Tried adjusting thermostat has no affect

    • Eleanor

      August 11, 2016 | 13:14 - Reply

      Hi James

      The drain pipe passes through the insulation at the back to the base of the machine. Over time the insulation can absorb moisture allowing the cold to be transmitted to the hose causing it to freeze. Unfortunately there is no way of repairing this problem effectively once it has occurred. Reducing the temperature and increasing air flow to the liner may help.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  5. Carol

    August 22, 2016 | 17:23 - Reply

    My Beko undercounted fridge LAP 622. Is far to warm does not respond when I turn thermostat up or down please HELP

    • Eleanor

      August 23, 2016 | 12:47 - Reply

      Hi Carol

      In hot weather or environments some fridges will struggle to maintain the expected temperature. Check with a thermometer after it has run overnight what temperature it has achieved.

      If the compressor is running continually and the temperature is high the fridge is trying to cool. Check the door seal and ensure it is not overfilled as this can reduce the airflow inside.

      If the compressor cuts out and it is not cold you may have a faulty thermostat shown here: http://www.buyspares.co.uk/thermostat/product.pl?pid=3343579

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  6. Carol

    August 23, 2016 | 20:59 - Reply

    Thank you Eleanor for your response much appreciated I have to agree with you I think it’s more likely to be the thermostat.
    Where is it and how do I get it out ?

  7. Carol

    August 25, 2016 | 00:08 - Reply

    Hi Eleanor much appreciated your advice however after watching the video to replace a thermostat the only thing that concerns me is that when you start to pull the old thermostat out if it won’t come out it might be attached to the rear of the fridge. What would I be looking for?

    • Eleanor

      August 30, 2016 | 17:18 - Reply

      Hi Carol

      If your appliance does not have a tube that the capillary is passed into, as per the thermostat in our video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9S_F9j0yDDQ), then it is likely the capillary will pass around the lining of the fridge and be clipped or fixed onto an exposed evaporator. If this is the case it must be disconnected then reconnected in the same manner with usually a couple of inches of the capillary physically touching the evaporator surface to monitor its temperature.

      Should you need further information please let us know the full model number of your appliance and we will do our best to assist you. (http://www.buyspares.co.uk/find-your-model-number/help.pl)

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  8. Frank Black

    August 27, 2016 | 18:57 - Reply

    I have been doing some works to the kitchen and i have just switched my fridge back on after 2 weeks. The frezzer is cold but the fridge part on Beko is still not cold. Does this normally happen when it is off this period?

    • Eleanor

      August 30, 2016 | 17:20 - Reply

      Hi Frank

      Most of the cooling will be sent to the freezer first and as a result the freezer will cool more quickly than the fridge. Within 24 hours the fridge should be cooling to the required temperature as long as the seal is okay on the door, the fridge is not in a very hot environment and the door is not opened too often.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  9. Mary Hutchings

    August 30, 2016 | 15:11 - Reply

    My Beko freezer seems to be defrosting the red light is on like it is when getting to correct temp but took an item out and the top had water on it put the fast button on but I dont think its working any advise

    • Eleanor

      August 31, 2016 | 09:21 - Reply

      Hi Mary

      The red light is warning the freezer temperature is too high, the compressor at the back should be running continuously trying to cool the appliance. It is possible if the appliance is ‘frost free’ it may have blocked with ice due to a fault.
      Defrost by emptying the appliance and turning it off for 48 hours with the doors open. If this appears to resolve the problem then check the defrost heater circuit at the back of the freezer.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  10. Tim

    September 19, 2016 | 12:40 - Reply

    Hi, can you help please?
    Our Beko tall larder style freezer has stopped freezing, at the top inside the door are three lights, red, orange and green. All three are on at the same time, any tips to get it going again?
    Cheers,
    Tim

    • Eleanor

      September 26, 2016 | 16:01 - Reply

      Hi Tim

      If the freezer compressor is hot and makes a tick twice a minute it is likely to have failed, in which case you’ll need to contact a systems engineer to replace it.

      If the compressor is cold check the thermostat and control board.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  11. nerissa suf

    October 16, 2016 | 17:35 - Reply

    My beko fridge just stop suddenly working…no light….
    Please help..
    Thanks

    • Eleanor

      October 19, 2016 | 16:57 - Reply

      Hi Nerissa

      It sounds like you have either a blown plug fuse or a problem with the socket. Check the fuse and if OK plug something else in to test the socket.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  12. Peter Haywood

    October 28, 2016 | 19:02 - Reply

    Help. My 4 year old beko fridge has stopped working. Fridge and freezer are warm. The light is on though.

    • Eleanor

      November 3, 2016 | 15:12 - Reply

      Hi Peter

      If the fridge is in a cold environment it may just be that the fridge does not need to cool so the freezer is defrosting.

      If the appliance is in a warm environment and the compressor at the back is not running but cold it may be the thermostat.

      If the compressor is hot and not running or maybe making a quiet tick then another tick after a few seconds then remaining silent for about a minute it would indicate a failed compressor and would require a refrigeration systems engineer to repair.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  13. Derek Martin

    November 4, 2016 | 20:57 - Reply

    We have an American fridge freezer and every so often it starts making a noise on the freezer side as though the fan has come on but is catching something. If you open the door it stops and re starts when it is closed again.
    Have you any ideas to wheat it could be please

    • Eleanor

      November 15, 2016 | 16:57 - Reply

      Hi Derek

      The most likely cause of this problem is a build-up of ice on the freezer evaporator touching the blades of the fan.

      If it is a Samsung RS model there may be a modification but to cure this the easy way, remove the food, switch the appliance off and leave it open for at least 24 hours to ensure it is fully defrosted and any build-up is cleared.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  14. mike

    November 8, 2016 | 09:57 - Reply

    Hi
    Just bought a 2year old Beko fridge/freezer. had to lie it on its side to transport it. Let it stand upright for 24hrs and now turned plug on. Compressor runs for 3/5 seconds then cuts out. Light is on in fridge and thermos tuned to max. Its in cold unheated room and we had a frost last night.
    Any ideas?
    Mike

    • Eleanor

      November 15, 2016 | 16:55 - Reply

      Hi Mike

      This sounds like a failed compressor, which can only be replaced by a refrigerator systems engineer. If the appliance was switched on before it was left standing after being moved it could be blocked as oil could have been pushed through the pipework and blocked it. If that has happened it can only be cleared by using nitrogen to blast the blockage away by a specialist.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  15. Nigel Schofield

    November 9, 2016 | 16:06 - Reply

    Hi
    Our Beko fridge freezer keeps freezing everything in the fridge as does not seem to turn off, I have changed the circuit board at the back of the fridge but this has made no difference, do you think I should change the thermostat within the interior light casing?.

    Nigel.

    • Eleanor

      November 15, 2016 | 16:53 - Reply

      Hi Nigel

      Without the model we cannot guarantee the following information but as this is a common problem it is likely this is the cause.
      Some Beko models have an electronic board in a compartment at the top of the back panel. These models do not have a thermostat but use a sensor in the lining insulation to monitor the temperature, this sensor is not designed to be replaced. If the board has been replaced it is likely the sensor has failed.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  16. Eugene

    November 9, 2016 | 22:30 - Reply

    Hi my Beko Freezer is not freezing? The compressor is hot and humming all the time? Any suggestions?

    • Eleanor

      November 15, 2016 | 16:48 - Reply

      Hi Eugene

      This sounds like a failed compressor and would require a refrigerator systems engineer to replace the part and re-gas the system.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  17. Hazel

    November 18, 2016 | 20:19 - Reply

    I accidently turned off my asd241x fridge freezer for all of 5 seconds however the warning triangle is still on 24 hours later. What can I do please. Thanks

    • Eleanor

      November 21, 2016 | 14:23 - Reply

      Hi Hazel

      First check if the food is defrosting and if the compressor is not running switch off for five minutes and restart the appliance.

      If the freezer is frozen, the warning light may have just come on to alert you to indicate there has been a power interruption. If you had been away and the power had gone off for a long period and allowed the food to start to defrost, but the power had returned and re-frozen the food you would not be aware that the food had been re-frozen and potentially contaminated. The machine is designed to give this warning so you would check on return. To reset this try turning the power off for a minute and re-starting or trying to select the quick freeze or quick cooling buttons.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  18. bill

    November 20, 2016 | 15:09 - Reply

    Have just returned from a weeks holiday to find my Beko 620w Larder fridge {no freezer section on this model} has stopped working. The inside light was still on but no sound from compressor, adjusted temperature control but no response, switched unit off and back on and adjusted temperature control again but no response . Fridge located in attached garage.

    • Eleanor

      November 21, 2016 | 14:20 - Reply

      Hi Bill

      Use a thermometer to check the internal temperature. If it is below 4 degrees the fridge will not necessarily come on as it is probably cool enough.
      You could test this by using a hair dryer to warm the fridge internally as this should cause the appliance to turn back on.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  19. Daren

    December 4, 2016 | 19:33 - Reply

    Hi, I have just moved and had my beko American style fridge freezer switched off for a week. When I have plugged it back in the panel at the front is showing two zeros and the controls don’t work. The fridge and the freezer have got cold though. Any ideas

    • Eleanor

      December 12, 2016 | 10:39 - Reply

      Hi Darren

      It sounds like your appliance may be indicating a fault code. Please let us know the model number of your fridge freezer and we will try and help you further.

      Thanks

      The BuySpares Team

  20. Sarah

    December 7, 2016 | 14:58 - Reply

    Hi, i have a Beko AB910S fridge freezer and the bottom of the fridge is really cold (froze my veg) and the rest seems normal, however the top of my freezer is warm (melted my icecream and ice cubes) and again the rest seems normal. please can you help me with this problem. The freezer temp is -18c and the fridge was on 4c. thanks Sarah

    • Eleanor

      December 12, 2016 | 10:52 - Reply

      Hi Sarah

      It sounds like you have a frost free fridge freezer and if this is not defrosting correctly it may be blocked with ice and not allowing the fan to circulate the cold air.
      Turn the unit off and remove the cover on the back wall of the freezer, if the evaporator underneath is covered in ice it has a defrost problem so check the defrost heater on the evaporator has not failed.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  21. Jade

    December 10, 2016 | 19:12 - Reply

    Hi my Beko frost free combo was making a normal noise when deliveringed to the house and now it’s so quiet, well it’s not making any noises now, is this normal? Everything seem to be still cold in side the fridge and freezer but no sound I have only had it a fortinight old.

    • Eleanor

      December 12, 2016 | 10:52 - Reply

      Hi Jade

      If the contents are remaining frozen then I would not be concerned. Some latest design freezers have compressors that can vary in speed so the motor may be running slower now the content is down to the correct temperature. By doing this the motor uses a lot less power and saves both energy and running costs.

      Hope this helps

      The BuySpares Team

  22. Peter Turpin

    December 14, 2016 | 20:09 - Reply

    Fridge motor continuously on, and humming. Fridge not getting cold, and freezer not working either.
    Temp control does not click at any point. Tried everything suggested. Do I replace the thermostat, or is this symptomatic of another problem? Tried turning off for 24hrs., but problem persists. Any suggestions please?

    Thanks

    Peter Turpin

    • Eleanor

      December 16, 2016 | 13:02 - Reply

      Hi Peter

      If the humming sound is coming from the black compressor motor at the back but there is no sign of cooling it is likely to be a system problem that would require a refrigerator systems engineer.

      If the compressor is cold and not humming it could be a control board or a thermostat problem depending on the model.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  23. Alan Whalley

    December 17, 2016 | 13:59 - Reply

    My Beko Fridge/freezer has been very good but recently the fridge part has started to freeze even when I have changed the dial.The serial number is 1012425111. Help please!!!!

    • Eleanor

      December 21, 2016 | 13:19 - Reply

      Hi Alan

      A little ice on the back wall of a fridge is normal and no cause for concern. If the fridge is very full and food items are touching the back wall this can cause them to freeze. Make sure there is no contact between food and the back wall to solve this issue. Keeping the fridge in a particularly cold environment, for example a garage can also cause the food inside to freeze.

      However, if the above points don’t apply and the contents of your fridge have started to freeze this does indicate a fault. The fault could be caused by a number of components so we would need the model number of your appliance to be able to provide further information.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  24. Alan Whalley

    December 28, 2016 | 10:35 - Reply

    Thank you for your comments. however the contents are freezing all the time. The Model number is CDA543FW

  25. Shaun

    January 1, 2017 | 12:09 - Reply

    Hi there, my Beko frost free fridge freezer has started freezing everything in the fridge. We have cleaned the drain holes and defrosted the back of the fridge andbut have left all but a few items in but it has frozen these items solid overnight. The model number is CDA653FW/1 (Serial no:1010604111. Please help its Christmas and we have a lot of food in the fridge!!

    • Eleanor

      January 4, 2017 | 10:07 - Reply

      Dear Shaun

      The usual cause of this problem with your fridge freezer is a failure of the control board. You can buy a replacement here:
      http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-board/product.pl?pid=1891288

      There is another possible cause which is a failure of the sensor found in the insulation of the lining of the fridge. This sensor cannot be replaced so if the control board does not resolve the problem your appliance unfortunately may not be repairable.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  26. Joe

    January 11, 2017 | 11:20 - Reply

    Hi, my Beko slimline freezer model F54198N/B555U does not freeze the food placed within it although it will freeze cups of water placed on each shelf. I replaced the circuit board at the top rear of the freezer and the small board behind the temperature setting dial inside the freezer a few months ago because the compressor was turning on and off every few seconds. Following the replacements, all worked as expected. Then after a couple of months, food items were soft and unfrozen when removed from the top shelf in particular. I did a test by turning the temp dial warmer causing the running compressor to turn off. I then opened the freezer door and turned the temperature dial to fast freeze, after about 3 mins the compressor turned on again as you would expect. Maybe this means the temperature sensor is working but the compressor cannot get the freezer to the lower temperature settings for some reason. The freezer is in a kitchen that is between 13-20 degrees generally.
    Any help appreciated!

    • Eleanor

      January 16, 2017 | 08:56 - Reply

      Hi Joe

      This appliance is a ‘frost free’ appliance and the cold air will be blown from the evaporator at the top around the cabinet.
      A common problem with these appliances is they can get blocked with ice behind the cover so the air cannot circulate correctly.
      Ice normally builds up behind the panel on the evaporator, then after approximately 12 to 16 hours the machine will run a defrost cycle to clear the ice.
      Sometimes the defrost cycle may not clear the ice and it can then build up blocking the air flow.
      The first thing to do is to completely empty the freezer and turn it off with the door open for 48 hours so air can get in behind the covers and allow the ice to clear completely. The freezer should then work correctly when restarted and if the problem returns after a few weeks you will need to check the defrost element fitted to the evaporator to check if it has failed.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  27. Errol

    January 25, 2017 | 22:20 - Reply

    Hi Mike,
    My Beko fridge freezer is located in an unheated garage. It is supposed to operate outside to an ambient temperature of -16c. We have had some exceptionally cold frosts lately(down to -8 to -9c).
    It is not working and food defrosting. Altering setting in fridge area to max makes no difference.
    If I switch of electric power and switch back on it starts and runs for 4 or 5 seconds then stops.
    Any ideas please?.
    Regards, Errol.

  28. Errol

    January 26, 2017 | 14:51 - Reply

    Hi Mike,
    Re my message of 25/1/17 Beko Fridge freezer not working.
    Today I used a hair dryer blowing hot air into fridge compartment and it fired up,although the compresor is warm and the fan in the freezer is blowing, COOL not V COLD air is being blown. There is a noticeable sound of running water/fluid coming fro the rear of the appliance behind the fridge compartment on the right side looking from the back. Its been running now for some 4 hours but is having no effect on either fridge or the freezer !!.
    Regards Errol.

    • Eleanor

      January 30, 2017 | 16:14 - Reply

      Hi Errol

      The sound of ‘running water’ is not unusual as the cooling gas is compressed into a liquid to produce the cooling when allowed to evaporate. The fact the machine started when warmed suggests it was happy with the temperature inside at the time. Some Beko machines learn the environment they are in and this may take a number of weeks. The appliance should be cooling within an hour of operation so you may have a system fault with a failing compressor. This would require a refrigerator systems engineer to resolve and would be expensive.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  29. vicky

    January 27, 2017 | 16:11 - Reply

    Hi have been reading up on others problems hoping to find a solution for mine and it seems that quite a few people with same appliance model number as mine. My fridge has started freeezing my food especially in the door nd bottom shelf. I’ve checked the drainage hole etc and tried other things suggested but its a bit strange that the same model/ serial numbered appliances are all having identical problems. Sounds more like a manufacture fault to me. This freezer\fridge is only 4\5 years old. Not happy

    • Eleanor

      January 30, 2017 | 16:21 - Reply

      Hi Vicky

      Cold air will always fall to the bottom of a fridge especially if there is no circulation fan. This can be more of a problem if the fridge is left undisturbed for long periods and in cold areas it may need the thermostat turning up to reduce the icing. Check the temperature in the middle of the fridge by leaving a fridge thermometer in and adjust if necessary.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  30. Julie Hedley

    January 30, 2017 | 15:17 - Reply

    my beko fridge freezer is freezing food in the fridge, is the thermostat broken, I have turned it as low as I can but no difference. The model is CDA539FW.

    • Eleanor

      January 30, 2017 | 16:42 - Reply

      Hi Julie

      Your fridge freezer controls the fridge temperature using a sensor and PCB. Check the fridge temperature using a thermometer to confirm the temperature in the middle is below 0 Degrees. If this is the case the problem will be either the control board which can be replaced or the sensor that cannot be replaced as it is foamed into the insulation on the back wall.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  31. Malcolm

    January 31, 2017 | 10:48 - Reply

    Hi can u help please I have a Beto fridge freezer model CA4511FFW the fridge keeps freezing up despite being only just on. I have changed the thermostat but it has not made any difference HELP ASAP please

    • Eleanor

      February 2, 2017 | 11:01 - Reply

      Hi Malcolm

      Unfortunately we don’t have any information about the model number you specified. If you would like us to look into your issue further, please could you double check the model number and send the production number too? The production number will be 10 digits and starting with 7.

      Thank you

      The BuySpares Team

  32. Rod

    February 5, 2017 | 06:15 - Reply

    Hi;
    I have a Beko fridge freezer which a so called looks like she over turned the temperature cadge and now my fridge gets so cold it freezes everything.
    pls can anyone tell me if their a why of fixing without incurring any major work or cos
    Thank Rod

    • Eleanor

      February 6, 2017 | 15:30 - Reply

      Hi Rod

      Please could you let us know your model number for us to provide advice?

      Thank you

      The BuySpares Team

  33. John

    February 6, 2017 | 15:48 - Reply

    Hi can you help please, with a Beko fridge model LX5053W which developed a fault after power cut.it would run for short period only and then stop. If I short out the stat it will run and freeze OK but obviously will not switch off. I ordered a replacement stat from buy spares the exact correct replacement which when fitted produced the same fault symptoms starts to run for a few minutes before switching off

    • Eleanor

      February 7, 2017 | 11:02 - Reply

      Hi John

      Check the internal temperature of your fridge with a thermometer as if in a cool environment the fridge may not need to run very often to maintain the correct internal temperature of between 1C and 5C. If it gets warmer than this and does not start it is likely to be a thermostat problem.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  34. Tessa

    February 7, 2017 | 07:39 - Reply

    I too have the same problem model. Have tried cleaning everything and the problem is worse as the whole fridge is freezing food rather than just the bottom. Should I turn the dial more towards minimum or maximum…or will it make no difference? I’m desperate now as this is a replacement model for one I got rid of recently for (what I now realise) was obviously the same reason.

    • Eleanor

      February 7, 2017 | 11:03 - Reply

      Hi Tessa

      On some models there is a control board that might be responsible for this fault, but without the model number of your appliance we cannot confirm this.

      Thanks

      The BuySpares Team

  35. sam

    February 8, 2017 | 21:03 - Reply

    hi. I have a beko cda543f and the freezer has stopped working. the fan and compressor are not working and are cold. have tried turning the stat to max in the fridge. if you turn off at the wall then on again the compressor works for about 5seconds then stops again.. the unit is in a garage and has been for about 6months with no problems and the beko website says anything down to -15 is ok.. any ideas as were losing a lot of food..
    thanks

    sam

  36. Tessa

    February 9, 2017 | 10:37 - Reply

    The model number of my appliance is CDA539FW-2 and the serial number 1110526702. IT is now freezing everything . If I turn the dial up or down it stops running and appears to have a think then after a while carries on freezing

  37. Danielle

    February 26, 2017 | 20:26 - Reply

    Hi my below fridge freezer has the red high temp indicator flashing and the freezer has stopped defrosting? Help what shall I do

    • Eleanor

      February 27, 2017 | 13:06 - Reply

      Hi Danielle

      From the information you’ve given, it sounds like you either have a problem with the compressor or the thermostat in your fridge freezer.

      If you can’t hear your compressor running and the compressor coils at the back of your appliance are cool to the touch, suspect a compressor fault. You’ll need to hire a professional to fix this as doing so requires specialist equipment.

      However, if the compressor seems to be running as usual, your fridge could have a thermostat issue, in which case the thermostat will need to be replaced.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  38. Joe

    February 26, 2017 | 21:35 - Reply

    Hi, can you help me plz
    i have a beko fridge with an error4
    What it means???
    regards

    • Eleanor

      February 27, 2017 | 13:17 - Reply

      Hi Joe

      Error code 4 relates to a problem with the defrost heater (the part that stops your fridge evaporator from frosting up).

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  39. Ababio Sarfo

    March 11, 2017 | 17:53 - Reply

    My BEKO fridge have a power but it doesn’t work.help me

    • Eleanor

      March 14, 2017 | 08:33 - Reply

      Hi Ababio

      Please could you give us more information about the symptoms of the fault and your appliance model number if you would like us to offer repairs advice.

      Thank you

      The BuySpares Team

  40. Graham Morgan

    March 12, 2017 | 19:33 - Reply

    Hi, My fridge freezer model no CDA543FS appears to have a similar problem as others in that food,liquids etc are freezing in the fridge, you mention the possibility of the pcb board being faulty but can the electronic thermostat located in the lamp unit be faulty, if so please advise the part number of both components. Thanks, Graham

  41. Suze

    March 15, 2017 | 14:10 - Reply

    Hi, we have a beko american fridge freezer, GL22APW serial number 1110038110 kept in unheated utility. Not been used for a while but when I switched it on about 3 hrs later there was a smell of burning and appliance is dead! So, unfortunately no further info from led screen. Please can you advise if this may be something repairable?? I’ve checked against the list of known faulty beko fridge freezers and its not one of them. Thanks, Suze

    • Eleanor

      March 16, 2017 | 08:36 - Reply

      Hi Suze

      First, we recommend checking the power to the machine by trying another appliance in the plug socket and checking the plug fuses. The power first enters the machine to a control panel in the top, so disconnect the power and examine this for signs of damage or smoke. Replace it if required.

      Hope this helps.

      The BuySpares Team

  42. Martin

    March 27, 2017 | 07:20 - Reply

    Hi I have a Beko larder freezer FREEZ55FW which started increasing in temperature over a few days, I turned up the thermostat to fast freeze without any effect. I have emptied it and left it off for a few days, there was no sign of ice build up inside when I emptied it, the compressor was cold as well. I see it has 2 pcbs on it, do you know if one of them is likely to have failed? The internal one PENTA-430630285 looks quite cheap to replace. TIA Martin

    • mariya

      March 31, 2017 | 12:38 - Reply

      Hi Martin,

      Thank you for your enquiry.

      The control inside is unlikely to be the problem, and a failed compressor would normally be hot so this suggests the problem is likely to be caused by the main board which can be viewed by clicking the following link http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-module/product.pl?pid=2044489

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  43. Nina Thorpe

    March 30, 2017 | 14:44 - Reply

    Hi. My fridge freezer is not getting cold at all. Please can you tell me if I have a temp sensor unit or is it foamed into the insulating back wall. Mod cxfd5104w
    Regards Nina

    • mariya

      March 31, 2017 | 12:54 - Reply

      Hi Nina,

      Thank you for your enquiry.

      Your model cxfd5104w does have a sensor and an electronic control board, however, if the sensor fails usually the fridge section will freeze up not stop cooling. Check if the compressor at the back is running then there may be a system fault like low gas, if it is hot but not running it is likely the compressor has failed and required replacement. Both of these faults require a refrigeration systems engineer to repair. If it is not running the problem may be the control board: http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-board/product.pl?pid=1891288.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  44. Martin

    April 3, 2017 | 08:10 - Reply

    Since my first post I tried the board you suggested but it didn’t fix the problem. Have got a new freezer now as the old one was 4 years old I didn’t want to spend too much on trying to fix it.
    Thanks
    Martin

  45. Michael

    April 14, 2017 | 18:18 - Reply

    We have a 3 year old Beko fridge freezer model No.CF5834APW which has developed a strong sour smell around it over the last week, nothing from in side. is it possibly a gas/coolant leak? and wat sort of cost would be involved to fix it. Regards Mick.

    • mariya

      April 21, 2017 | 16:03 - Reply

      Hi Michael,

      The smell is not likely to be from the gas as this is very unlikely to be the gas escaping as this would quickly disperse with very little smell. Check for signs of spillage under and around the bottle rack and maybe under the machine or in the door seal folds. If none are found defrost and mix a couple of teaspoonful’s of Bicarbonate of soda (baking powder) in warm water and wipe the lining to clean and neutralize any smells.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  46. Jordan

    April 15, 2017 | 15:38 - Reply

    Hi
    I have a beko fridge. The copper pipes at the top leading into the element are freezing unabeling fridge to cool and compressor to run constantly. I’ve pulled the panel off inside, switched off the power to let it thaw out for about an hour, switch it back on and it freezes over instantly. Can you help?

    • mariya

      April 21, 2017 | 16:04 - Reply

      Hi Jordan,

      The pipes freezing will not stop the flow of gas as it can flow even at temperatures below -50c. The freezer evaporator should be very cold (-20) across its whole surface area when running. If it is not the only person with the right equipment who could repair the appliance would be a refrigeration systems engineer. If this is the case get a fixed price quote from Repaircare.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  47. Justine Bell

    April 23, 2017 | 11:34 - Reply

    I have a beko LA620w refrigerator. Just this week it’s constantly humming as if it’s trying to get up to temperature. It makes no difference on the thermostat dial and is freezing up at the back quite badly. I used your site for guidance, cleaned the coils and condenser from dust. Ordered and replaced the thermostat and nothing has changed. The door seal appears fine and i haven’t repositioned the fridge. The condenser is quite warm now, not sure how warm it gets? Any other suggestions before i purchase a new one?

    • mariya

      April 25, 2017 | 13:38 - Reply

      Hi Justine,

      If the fridge is icing up then the compressor and system is likely to be working correctly.
      Check the door is sealing correctly and completely defrost the appliance by leaving off and open for at least 24 hours then ensure the inside is dry before starting again. If the thermostat has been replaced but the fridge is still getting to cold it may be due to the thermostat phial not being in the correct place. The tube this passes into should feed through the insulation and be fixed behind the evaporator, sometimes this can come away causing over freezing, this is not repairable if it has happened.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  48. Juliana

    April 23, 2017 | 14:31 - Reply

    Hi id like to ask how to fix our beko refrigerator the temperature its changing and the “!” Sign is in red light we dont know how to fix it its not working . Thank you

    • mariya

      April 24, 2017 | 17:11 - Reply

      Hi Juliana,

      Thank you for your enquiry.

      Please advise of the full model number, serial number and 10 digit product code from the data label of your appliance and we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  49. Justine Bell

    April 25, 2017 | 18:01 - Reply

    The door seal is fine but there wasn’t a tube like in your video when i removed the original thermostat? I’ll try the 24 hour switch off as a last effort! Thanks.

  50. C.Barry

    May 27, 2017 | 21:49 - Reply

    Model : CFP1675DX Hi, installed our new fridge freezer 2 days ago and it is constantly defrosting. There are drops of water dripping off the drawers every time we open the door. Please advise what this could be? Many thanks

    • mariya

      June 22, 2017 | 12:35 - Reply

      Hi C.Barry,

      With the exceptional temperatures recently this may not be a fault. Every time the door is opened the cold air in the appliance will fall out and be replaced by air surrounding air, this could easily be in 30C plus so will quickly melt any frost on the baskets until the air is sufficiently cooled by the evaporator. If the freezer is checked first thing in the morning after being running overnight and there is still unfrozen moisture when first opened contact your supplier. If it initially frozen but melts quickly try to avoid unnecessary opening in hot weather.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  51. donna

    June 12, 2017 | 21:14 - Reply

    hi just bought a BEKO ASL141W USA STYLE FRIDGE, Quadrio left it for 4 hours as delivery man said put my food in next day and ive got this warning light on that wont go off High temperature/ error warning indicator food is frozen and cold what do i do thx

    • mariya

      June 22, 2017 | 13:35 - Reply

      Hi Donna,

      The problem is your appliance is struggling to get the internal temperature down. The likely cause of the problem is the exceptional temperatures recently that may have increased the air around the appliance to over 30 C. Ventilate the surrounding area and try not to open the door until the warning stops as every time you open the door cold air falls out and is replaced with warm air from the surrounding area.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  52. S. Benyon

    June 18, 2017 | 20:04 - Reply

    Beko fridge/freezer model CF7914 purchased 2.5 years ago. Problem – the door of the fridge is impossible to re-open for several minutes after opening. This is becoming intolerable and we are considering getting rid of it for this reason. Is there a solution please.

    • mariya

      June 22, 2017 | 13:36 - Reply

      Hi S Benyon,

      Whenever the door is open cold air falls out of the fridge and is replaced by warm air from the surrounding environment. This quickly contracts as it cools ‘sucking’ the door closed, this is common on most larger fridges and freezers. Once the air has stopped contracting the door will open as normal. We think there is a pipe from the drain under the ‘wet wall’ of the fridge to clear condensation water. Check this is clear as if restricted would increase the effect of the suction.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  53. jim o

    June 19, 2017 | 16:29 - Reply

    Hy i have a beko model bc50fc intergrated fridge/freezer.
    The fridge is not working light is on.the freezer is working ok any ideas

    • mariya

      June 22, 2017 | 13:47 - Reply

      Hi Jim,

      In the excessively hot weather your fridge may be trying to work but struggling to cool due to the warm air that enters when the door is open. We believe the cooling for the fridge is from a panel in the back lining (wet wall) and this should produce droplets of ice if being cooled correctly. If there is no signs of ice at all even when first opened in the morning it is possible the compressor is worn or it has lost some gas, both problems would require a refrigeration engineer to resolve. Should this be the case you may consider Repaircare for a fixed price repair.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  54. Debra Brown

    June 19, 2017 | 19:53 - Reply

    Hello I have a beko ASD241B American style fridge freezer.
    The frame around the front of the freezer is very very hot to touch (As you open the doors it’s the bit between the sides) And I’m wondering what could cause this.?

    • mariya

      June 22, 2017 | 13:35 - Reply

      Hi Debra,

      To prevent condensation in this area and to disperse the heat produced when cooling the contents the excess heat is passed through this area. During hot periods this may feel excessive but is unlikely to be a problem.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  55. Sammie A

    June 27, 2017 | 11:50 - Reply

    I have a Beko frost free combi fridge/freezer – CDA653F. Last evening I heard a hissing type sound coming from the F/F and later noticed a small amount of water on the floor – front, right hand corner. I put down some paper towels but this morning I noticed the paper towels had absorbed the water and there was more liquid on the floor (not sure if it is water as it has some kind of smell and the white paper towels appear to be slightly stained). Any ideas what might be causing this problem. Assistance appreciated

    • mariya

      June 28, 2017 | 15:34 - Reply

      Hi Sammie,

      Your appliance has a frost free freezer, frost will build up behind the panel on the back wall of the cavity and be melted periodically by the defrost element.
      The water produced should drain into a reservoir above the compressor at the back and evaporate away. During defrost the ice may melt and drip onto the heater and create the hissing you described. If the container has overfilled it may leak, if water is found inside the fridge make sure no products touch the wet wall at the back as this can ‘wick’ the water from the wet wall causing it to run onto shelves and under containers eventually leaking from around the door.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  56. Deb

    June 27, 2017 | 11:50 - Reply

    Hi I have a Beko Frost Free Integrated Fridge Freezer Model BCFD173 which is not as quiet as anticipated; in fact it is very noisy. The noise is not like a humming of as some would say, “a cow mooing” and activates every 20 minutes or so for around 10 mins. Is this normal. Many thanks

    • mariya

      June 28, 2017 | 15:33 - Reply

      Hi Deb,

      The noise you are hearing is likely to be caused by the refrigeration gasses passing through the system. Many fridges and freezers are known to make similar noises and it is not likely to be a sign of a problem about to occur. The noise may be effected by the ambient temperature surrounding the appliance and as a result may increase and decrease in frequency and volume.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  57. Deb

    June 28, 2017 | 18:40 - Reply

    Hi Mariya

    Thank you for your speedy response.

    Today the fridge part of the frost free fridge freezer has got lots of frost/ice on the back wall of the fridge. Despite me reducing the temp by turning the thermostst down to 1 after 8 hours this has not melted away. Is this normal.

    Many thanks

    • mariya

      July 3, 2017 | 16:48 - Reply

      Hi Deb,

      It is normal for the wet wall of your appliance to have a little covering of ice droplets, these will melt and run into the gutter below when the machine switches off during the defrost cycle which will occur after about 16 hours of compressor run time.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  58. mark L

    July 9, 2017 | 09:53 - Reply

    Hi i have a beko fridge freezer model CGA9956FF sn 606646312410089801, when returning from holiday the fridge door was not closed not sure how long and warning temp light was on – freezer is working ok. Since the fridge has not reached temp, last night defrosted the freezer and fridge, freezer working ok fridge not working – any ideas ? help thks m

    • mariya

      July 11, 2017 | 16:13 - Reply

      Hi Mark,

      The likely cause of the problem is a build up of ice blocking the evaporator, this can take over 24 hours to clear when left with the door open defrosting.
      When clear the fridge should show cold on the rear wall within 24 hours of the appliance re starting.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  59. Tony

    July 10, 2017 | 15:56 - Reply

    Hi there.
    The door on my beko fridge/freezer was left open all night and as a result it is no longer freezing. When I turn it off and back on, the motor can be heard to kick in for about 20 seconds then shuts down. Is it repairable or do I need a new one?
    Many thanks.
    Tony.

    • mariya

      July 11, 2017 | 12:16 - Reply

      Hi Tony,

      Please confirm the model number of your appliance & we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  60. Mandy

    July 11, 2017 | 12:59 - Reply

    Hi I have a Beko fridge freezer it’s 18 month old and has stopped working so you have any idea what is wrong? I thought the bulb had gone last night but it’s started to defrost now the model number is CFG1582W

    • mariya

      July 11, 2017 | 16:26 - Reply

      Hi Mandy,

      Check the plug use and the power socket and if the problem is not found suspect the control board. If you require the part and cannot find it on our website please fill in your information at the following link: http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pne.pl

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  61. Jane Wight

    July 15, 2017 | 20:31 - Reply

    Hi my Beko CF5015APW fridge/freezer has stopped working, light on and fan on, but there is a click then another click then nothing, but sounds like it wants to work but can’t, it is only just over 4.5 years old quite disappointed in life span. Can you help. Thanks Jane

    • mariya

      July 17, 2017 | 16:49 - Reply

      Hi Jane,

      From your description of the noises it suggests the compressor is trying to start then cutting out after a few seconds. This is usually the sign of a failed compressor, unfortunately this is a repair that can only be carried out by a refrigeration systems engineer.

      (we could recommend Repaircare)

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  62. Lorraine

    July 17, 2017 | 07:41 - Reply

    Hi

    Our Beko GL32APB is 3.5 years old and has suddenly stopped freezing & cooling.

    It hasn’t been moved / switched off recently and there haven’t been any strange noises or faults with it at all.

    The temperature(!) lights came on and we noticed the freezer was defrosting and the fridge wasn’t cooling. The lights are all working and there is a constant quiet hum from it. Every few minutes as a louder noise as something starts worker but cuts of a few seconds later.

    We’ve cleared the fridge and freezer and have left them switched off for 48 hours but no joy, I’d appreciate any help you can suggest.

    Many Thanks

    Lorraine

    • mariya

      July 17, 2017 | 16:49 - Reply

      Hi Lorraine,

      From your description of the noises it suggests the compressor is trying to start then cutting out after a few seconds. This is usually the sign of a failed compressor, unfortunately this is a repair that can only be carried out by a refrigeration systems engineer.

      (we could recommend Repaircare)

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  63. mark

    July 21, 2017 | 11:41 - Reply

    beko fridge freezer temp in freezer ok but in fridge it want go lower than 10 degrees

    • mariya

      July 24, 2017 | 16:49 - Reply

      Hi Mark,

      The problem is likely to be due to a build-up of ice if it is a frost free appliance due to a defrost problem. But without a model number we cannot confirm this.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  64. Simon

    July 25, 2017 | 10:53 - Reply

    Beko Fridge/Freezer CA7015FFS, 9 years old, freezer is cold as normal, fridge is warm about 14degC, compressor running all the time, freezer defrost drain is clear, evap coils are clear, evap fan is running, any ideas?? thanks

    • mariya

      July 26, 2017 | 14:05 - Reply

      Hi Simon,

      From our information on your model the fridge is ‘cooled’ by a ‘wet wall’ evaporator on the back wall of the fridge cavity. This will normally develop a light frost covering evenly across its surface, if it is only frosted at the top of the wet wall then either the system has lost some of its gas or the compressor is losing its efficiency and not cooling sufficiently. Both of these problems can only be corrected by a specialist refrigeration systems engineer. If the wet wall is frosting well then the problem may be being caused by too warm environment and allowing too much warm air into the fridge from repeatedly opening the door.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  65. Frances coopet

    July 25, 2017 | 17:22 - Reply

    Beko fridge freezer fridge part over couple of months bad build up of ice and today switched off and cleaned the ice away. Drainage hole seems c

  66. Frances cooper

    July 25, 2017 | 17:29 - Reply

    Sorry don’t know what happened. As above and drainage hole seems clear. Will switch back on and see what happens. Have you any answers to what the problem may be. Thanks

  67. Frances cooper

    July 25, 2017 | 17:36 - Reply

    Model no. CDA653FB/1. Serial Number 1010216703.Sorry about all the messages. Thanks.

    • mariya

      July 26, 2017 | 14:06 - Reply

      Hi Frances,

      If ice had built up behind the cover inside the freezer it is likely there is a problem with the defrost circuit. This could be due to an open circuit heater fitted to the evaporator or due to the control board fitted at the top of the back insulation.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  68. Anthony

    July 26, 2017 | 21:55 - Reply

    Hi , I have an Beco American style fridge,
    The circulation fan has no power going to it. Wondering if you could help. Model No.AB910S/1. Thanks

    • mariya

      July 27, 2017 | 16:27 - Reply

      Hi Anthony,

      If you have confirmed no power is being fed to the fan motor check that the evaporator is cooling correctly and the sensor is OK, If the control board is receiving the wrong feedback from the sensor it may not turn the circulation fan on. If the temperatures and sensors are OK it may be a faulty control board that requires replacement.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  69. Sean

    July 28, 2017 | 20:13 - Reply

    Hi, We have a Beko Fridge/Freezer Model CDA660FS. Has been working perfectly, but today the freezer has warmed up & fridge is warmimg up. When I plug it out the fan runs for 1 minute and then switches off. I have taken the cover off at back of freezer and the unit is fully frosted over with some ice. Any advice appreciated? THanks

    • mariya

      August 1, 2017 | 09:33 - Reply

      Hi Sean,

      If the evaporator is blocked by ice the air to cool the cavity cannot be circulated correctly. Defrost and check the heating element under the evaporator behind the panel in the freezer as if this fails it cannot automatically control the ice build up.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  70. Mua Paul

    July 30, 2017 | 16:53 - Reply

    Hi Eleanor. I have a Beko fridge/freezer dg01820/0510. A week ago I decided to defreeze and clean. After this I set back the fridge/freezer on and only the freezer part of it has been functioning since then. What can I do to get the fridge part of it working too?

    • mariya

      August 1, 2017 | 09:31 - Reply

      Hi Mua,

      We do not recognise your model number so can only give general advice.
      Most fridge freezers use a ‘wet wall’ evaporator to cool the fridge. This should produce a light frosting on the back of the fridge if working correctly.
      If there is no frosting and the problem is not resolved by completely defrosting the appliance for 24 hours with the doors open then message us again with the full model information from the ‘rating plate’ on the inside of the fridge.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  71. Mua Paul

    July 30, 2017 | 16:56 - Reply

    Please respond to my concern

  72. Anita Maglione

    August 1, 2017 | 01:12 - Reply

    Just purchased American Beko bottom freezer/counter depth refrigerator.

    Friday installed , made loud noises and humming.

  73. Anita Maglione

    August 1, 2017 | 01:15 - Reply

    Contd.
    Sat. Everything good, cold. No loud noise or humming.
    Sat.NIGHT. everything completely warm.
    Turned off fridge.
    Monday. Noticed white grout on my new floor is wet…can’t tell if it’s water or a coolant. Reached under fridge and felt wetness…doesn’t feel like water.

    • mariya

      August 1, 2017 | 09:32 - Reply

      Hi Anita,

      Please confirm the model number of your appliance & we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  74. Jude

    August 5, 2017 | 17:09 - Reply

    Good Day BuySpares Team,

    Our Beko AP930X American Fridge/Freezer serial number:7219346392 just stopped cooling, initially we thought it was on auto defrost but it is not the case. It is displaying the “i” sign and E8 on the control panel but compressor sounds fine but not cooling at all. Before this happens I have been noticing water collection at the bottom tray of the fridge compartment while on the freezer session the contents of the bottom tray gets frozen completely with build-up of ice to the top. We called a local engineer who attended, he checked the fridge/freezer and adviced that the compressor appears to be working fine and no visible leak of gas from behind but concluded that it must be an internal gas leakage hence it is not cooling and with modern Fridge/freezer internal gas leakage cannot be detected or fixed so we have to get a new replacement. Before going for a replacement it thought that it is best to seek a second opinion to confirm if it is beyond repair as he stated. Please you advice will be much appreciated as it would be a huge challenge to suddenly get a new replacement. Kind regards Jude

    • mariya

      August 7, 2017 | 16:21 - Reply

      Hi Jude,

      The fact you advise poor cooling but ice at the bottom of the freezer suggest the cold air is not circulating correctly and not necessarily a lack of gas. The likely cause of the problem is a build-up of ice behind the cover at the back of freezer compartment due to a defrosting problem. Remove the shelves and try to remove the cover, If it is stuck with ice allow it to fully defrost by leaving off and open for 24 hours. Once the cover is removed you can check the defrost heater with a meter, if there is a high resistance (over 400 ohms) the heater will need replacing and be the cause of the problem. If you are not confident doing the repair contact Repaircare for a fixed price repair.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  75. rachel

    August 10, 2017 | 11:28 - Reply

    don’t know whether its related or not but I gave my fridge a good clean on Saturday and since then neither fridge or freezer working . everything defrosting in freezer and fridge not cold . could I have blocked something with a food particle ? if so, where do I look / how do I clear it / thanks in advance

    • mariya

      August 10, 2017 | 16:21 - Reply

      Hi Rachel,

      Please confirm the make & model/serial number from the data label of your appliance & we can look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  76. Michael

    August 16, 2017 | 13:45 - Reply

    Beko Freezer BZ31.
    Found the freezer off and not responding. Turned the thermostat to full cooling but no response with the lights indicating power is OK. Turned off the power then back on and the compressor came on for a few seconds then after a click in the top part of the freezer it stopped again. This was repeated a number of times with the same result
    Regards Michael

    • mariya

      August 21, 2017 | 16:54 - Reply

      Hi Michael,

      If your appliance will only run the compressor for a few seconds then clicks approximately twice a minute it suggests the compressor has failed and needs replacing by a refrigeration systems engineer.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  77. Jenna Clare

    August 16, 2017 | 22:25 - Reply

    Hi I have a beko asd241b American fridge freezer. My fridge feels cool but not cool enough and my food is going off quickly. Same with my freezer. The freezer feels about the same temp that my fridge should be. I can hear something working at the back. Also the red warning light has come on

    • mariya

      August 22, 2017 | 12:06 - Reply

      Hi Jenna,

      The problem with your appliance may be due to a blockage of ice preventing the cold air being circulated.
      This may be due to a defrost heater problem, this can be checked by removing the evaporator cover and locating the heater on the evaporator and checking the heater resistance is under 200 Ohms typically.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  78. Alan Collins

    August 21, 2017 | 16:46 - Reply

    Our Beko freezer UF584APW worked fine for 2 years has now stopped working. Was out of use for 3 months but when switched back on, hums for 3-4 seconds then stops, tripping out fuse as it does. Plug socket OK (will take 2kw fire). Any ideas? Thanks in advance.

    • mariya

      August 22, 2017 | 16:05 - Reply

      Hi Alan,

      If your appliance will only run the compressor for a few seconds then clicks approximately twice a minute it suggests the compressor has failed and needs replacing by a refrigeration systems engineer.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  79. Linda

    August 22, 2017 | 16:30 - Reply

    Beko fridge freezer model number A5D 241B. The door was accidentally left open on the freezer side. Not sure how long for. Now the red triangle is still on and it’s not freezing a few hours later.

    • mariya

      August 23, 2017 | 17:00 - Reply

      Hi Linda,

      It is possible if the appliance is a frost free type that the evaporator behind the rear wall cover has blocked with ice. Completely defrosting for 24 hours with the door open should resolve the problem.

      Kind regards.
      The BuySpares Team

  80. khaled Hussain

    August 23, 2017 | 00:23 - Reply

    Hi,

    Freezer is cold fridge isn’t what can I do?

    Many Thanks
    Khaled

    • mariya

      August 23, 2017 | 15:23 - Reply

      Hi Khaled,

      Please provide a detailed account of the issues including the make & model information of your appliance and we can then look into this further.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  81. Richard

    August 26, 2017 | 16:30 - Reply

    My beko gnev220s started defrosting and I found the fan wasn’t working. I’ve replaced the fan but neither the top of the fridge or the freezer is cold enough. I’ve checked for blockages and dusted/ cleaned all the vents etc and it still isn’t working.

    What else could be faulty?

    • mariya

      August 29, 2017 | 16:42 - Reply

      Hi Richard,

      If your appliance is not cooling the evaporator the fan may not turn on. Check if the compressor is running, if it is not running but makes a quiet click noise twice a minute it may indicate a faulty compressor requiring a refrigerator systems engineer to replace it.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  82. Katherine

    August 27, 2017 | 08:20 - Reply

    Beko fridge and freezer tempreture not working properly. Cold on the outside but warm inside. Red light cane in

    • mariya

      August 29, 2017 | 16:37 - Reply

      Hi Katherine,

      Please confirm the model and serial/production number from the data label of your appliance & we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  83. Emma

    August 31, 2017 | 16:17 - Reply

    Hi,we have a Beko American style fridge freezer,have just moved -turned it off prior to move for 3days,moved upright and now worried as ice tray not freezing indicating freezer not working? How long does it need to ‘settle’ ect?

    • mariya

      September 4, 2017 | 15:59 - Reply

      Hi Emma,

      Please confirm the full model/serial number from the data label of your appliance & we can then look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  84. John

    September 4, 2017 | 17:20 - Reply

    Hi, I have a Beko TZDA627F Freezer that has started to continually beep. I have fully defrosted but it still beeps. The internal temperature is OK. What do I need to replace?

    • mariya

      September 5, 2017 | 16:58 - Reply

      Hi John,

      If the alarm is sounding it suggests a temperature problem so recheck in different levels inside. The problem is likely to be due to ice build up so check for this and if found check the defrost heater.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  85. Nish

    September 5, 2017 | 08:48 - Reply

    My Beko frost free freezer(model TFF677APW) has stopped freezing the contents since the weekend, although I can hear the compressor running as well as the internal fan/evaporator above the fast freeze shelf. Having read through blogs, the general advice is to empty and switch off the freezer for at least 24 hours. I’ve done this but it has not resolved the problem, any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!!

    • mariya

      September 5, 2017 | 16:53 - Reply

      Hi Nish,

      If there is a build-up of ice behind the panel in the freezer back wall it will prevent the cold air being circulated in the appliance. Switching off without leaving the door open may not have cleared the ice, try to remove the evaporator cover panel on the wall of the freezer. If ice is blocking check the defrost heater.

      Please note: we could not list the part we refer to as we do not recognise your model. Please recheck this.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  86. Nish

    September 5, 2017 | 20:43 - Reply

    Hi Maria, thanks for the response. Just to confirm that the door was left open and I have also removed the evaporator cover panel and no ice build-up was anywhere to be found. Moreover there was no evidence of any melted ice or water in the drip tray above the compressor so don’t think it could be ice blocking. I’ve rechecked the model and it is TFF577APW,so made a typo due to big fingers Let me know if you need any further information to help diagnose the problem. Appreciate your help!

  87. Nish

    September 9, 2017 | 14:04 - Reply

    Hi,I’ve not had a response from you with regards to the issue with the Beko TFF577APW frost free freezer that isn’t cooling?

  88. Adrian Atkinson

    September 13, 2017 | 16:14 - Reply

    We have a Beko A Class Fridge-Freezer – model no. CDA 648 FS/1 – it is c.12 years old. About 10 days ago the fridge section developed what we call snow on the rear wall panel – about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick – above the top two shelves. The whole of the fridge is now too cold. The freezer section is OK.
    We have of course adjusted the dial but to no avail.
    I have today called two companies who repair fridges and the first thing they BOTH asked was: ‘Is it a Beko’?!’ According to them this is a frequent problem with Bekos which is caused by a problem with the sensor which is hidden behind the interior wall panel somewhere.
    So, before I spend any money on anything please can you advise me what the problem and the solution is? Thanks.

    • mariya

      September 14, 2017 | 09:18 - Reply

      Hi Adrian,

      There are two likely causes for this problem, the temperature sensor that is foamed into the lining and cannot be replaced, or the control board http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-board/product.pl?pid=1891288 which is reasonably priced and has about a fifty percent chance of resolving the problem.

      If the appliance is in good order it is worth taking the chance on the PCB rather that replacing straight away.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  89. Alan Robinson

    September 14, 2017 | 10:28 - Reply

    Hi, My BEKO fridge freezer model CDA543FW has a problem in that the fridge temperature goes to minus 3 C and bottles etc are freezing up. The thermostat is set at 3 and the appliance is in the garage attached to the house. Ambient temperature is about 15 C. Do i need to replace the Thermostat or something else is a problem? Regards. Alan

    • mariya

      September 14, 2017 | 16:01 - Reply

      Hi Alan,

      There are two likely causes for this problem, the temperature sensor that is foamed into the lining and cannot be replaced, or the control board http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-board/product.pl?pid=1891288 which is reasonably priced and has about a fifty percent chance of resolving the problem.

      If the appliance is in good order it is worth taking the chance on the PCB rather that replacing straight away.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  90. Alan Robinson

    September 14, 2017 | 16:08 - Reply

    Further to my last post, i now know that i have a PCB and sensor in my fridge freezer. Can you tell me if the sensor is a thermocouple or some other device. If it is a thermocouple it is less likely to fail and the problem may well be the control PCB situated at the rear top of the appliance? I would also like to know if this appliance has a heater behind the back panel controlled from the rear PCB. CDA543FW/2.I am an electrical engineer so i am qualified to check the heater and sensor but i don’t have a wiring diagram, where can i get one for my appliance? Regards
    Alan

  91. Rose

    September 15, 2017 | 11:48 - Reply

    My Beko fridge freezer CDA554W is humming for few seconds every 20 mins r so top of freezer s chilled but rest is not and fridge not cold. Help please.

    • mariya

      September 15, 2017 | 16:45 - Reply

      Hi Rose,

      If the compressor is not running but makes a click and hums as you describe it is usually a sign the compressor has seized and requires replacing. This is a specialist job for a refrigeration systems engineer.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  92. Neeraah

    September 15, 2017 | 18:41 - Reply

    Hello, I continue to have an issue with my 4 year old Beko frost free freezer, model TFF577APW which just won’t freeze the contents. I’ve already tried to leave the door open and turn it off for over 72 hours and I have also removed the evaporator cover panel and no ice build-up was anywhere to be found. Moreover there was no evidence of any melted ice or water in the drip tray above the compressor so don’t think it could be ice blocking. Any idea what could be the problem? Let me know if you need any further information to help diagnose the problem.

    • mariya

      September 19, 2017 | 16:51 - Reply

      Hi Neeraah,

      If the compressor on your appliance is running but the refrigeration system is not cooling it suggests the system has lost its gas and can no longer remove heat.
      If this is the case you will need a refrigeration systems engineer to either re-gas the system or possibly replace the compressor and re-gas the system.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  93. Bert

    September 16, 2017 | 09:26 - Reply

    My Beko fridge freezer is constantly running. This is causing the fridge compartment to freeze.

    • mariya

      September 19, 2017 | 15:36 - Reply

      Hi Bert,

      Please confirm the full model number of your appliance & we shall look into this.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  94. Frank

    September 20, 2017 | 11:30 - Reply

    My frost free Beko freezer has recently stopped working. Following this I made some basic checks on the appliance after it stopped working such as fuse and any obvious damage to the power lead, both were OK. When the appliance was switched back on which was about 48 hours after the initial failure it chilled to a frozen temperature (I used ice packs to confirm this) but only once then stopped working again. I turned on again after a further 24 hours and once again it chilled to a frozen temperature then defrosted and would not automatically re-chill again. Any suggestions as to what might be the cause of the issue?

  95. Frank

    September 20, 2017 | 15:58 - Reply

    Further Info for above Beko frost free freezer enquiry:
    Model number – F54090N/B194
    Product number – 7270746313
    Product code – FREEZ53FW
    Serial number – 1210255010

    Hope this helps, thanks.

    • mariya

      September 21, 2017 | 11:13 - Reply

      Hi Frank,

      If a frost free appliance starts and runs when disconnected until it stops to defrost (usually 8 to 16 hours later) and then does not restart the problem is likely to be the defrost heater or its circuit.
      Once the defrost cycle starts it will not stop until warmth has been identified from the heater, switching off and on may reset and it start again.

      IF not defrosted it would soon block and not cool even when running.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  96. martin

    September 27, 2017 | 09:47 - Reply

    hi i have a beko american style fridge freezer and my problem is the fridge is freezing up in the bottom 2 salad tray drawers and the shelf above it and also the top shelf in the freezer part doesnt freeze at all any help would be appreciated .
    martin

    • mariya

      September 27, 2017 | 16:35 - Reply

      Hi Martin,

      Please confirm the full model/serial number from the data label of your appliance & we can look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  97. Ed

    September 28, 2017 | 15:55 - Reply

    Hi
    Beko fridge freezer cfd5834aps
    Every now and then. Real loud noise like a fan catching on something. Can’t decide if top or bottom of unit.
    Thanks

    • mariya

      September 28, 2017 | 16:45 - Reply

      Hi Ed,

      There is a fan at the back of the freezer cavity behind a cover that circulates the cool air. Ice can build up and catch the fan but should automatically be defrosted every 8 to 16 hours. If the problem re occurs you can help it defrost completely by storing the frozen food in another freezer while you defrost this one by leaving switched off and open for 48 hours.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  98. martin

    September 29, 2017 | 08:53 - Reply

    the only thing i can find is on the back of the fridge ans its AB910S/1

    HAS A BAR CODE S023790017138

    many thanks martin

    • mariya

      September 29, 2017 | 16:30 - Reply

      Hi Martin,

      It is likely the evaporator behind the panel at the back of the freezer compartment has blocked with ice and the cold air can no longer be circulated in the cavity. You will need to remove the cover to access the evaporator and check the defrost heater has not failed, you may have to allow the freezer to defrost for 48 hours with the appliance open to melt the ice before you can remove the cover.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  99. Heidi Anderson

    October 2, 2017 | 20:16 - Reply

    My Beko American fridge freezer model GNEV322APX is leaking water out of the back. It is not coming from the inlet (blue) pipe, it is coming from what i presume is the outlet (white) pipe. The outlet pipe may possibly be associated with the ice maker as it seems to be at the same height and level! I hear water running from inside the fridge and then the outlet pipe gets forced off the back of the fridge with the pressure and the water just pours out of the outlet pipe.

    • mariya

      October 5, 2017 | 12:37 - Reply

      Hi Heidi,

      Can we start by checking what you are referring to about the pipe that is ‘forced off’.
      Water is supplied into your machine to be dispensed as cold water and to produce ice, we take it that the water is dispensed correctly.
      So as we understand it when the ice maker is refilling and water is delivered the pipe that feeds the ice maker is pushed off and delivers the water onto the floor.

      We have not come across this specific problem but if this is what is happening it is likely the water inlet has blocked forcing off the pipe, there is a heater on this pipe as it enters the freezer to prevent it from freezing so this part may need replacing, see: http://www.buyspares.co.uk/waterice-adaptor/product.pl?pid=2902339

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  100. Chloe

    October 11, 2017 | 16:44 - Reply

    Hi, my Beko fridge freezer CDA539F the freezer has stopped working, the fan doesn’t make a boise and the food in the fridge freezer has started to go soft but it’s still cold in the freezer. We’ve defrosted the fridge freezer and plugged it back in and the fan started to work for a little while and the water has frozen but the fan has gone off again and I’m unsure of what the problem is. The fridge is second hand that we replaced our old Beko fridge freezer with because of the same problem but I’m unsure of how to fix this now. Will I need a new fridge freezer?

    • mariya

      October 23, 2017 | 14:51 - Reply

      Hi Chloe,

      The fan may be blocked by ice build up. Remove the cover on the back panel and check if the evaporator has blocked due to a defrost problem.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  101. Lorraine

    October 11, 2017 | 17:39 - Reply

    Hi The shelves in my Beko fridge model LSG1545W are constantly wet underneath also under the lid of the veg drawer what causes this

    • mariya

      October 23, 2017 | 14:50 - Reply

      Hi Lorraine,

      We believe your appliance is cooled using a ‘wet wall’ on the back of the cavity. If food, packaging or containers touch the wet wall surface it will allow water to transfer onto the shelves so ensure nothing touches the back wall.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  102. susan

    October 30, 2017 | 10:30 - Reply

    Hi there, i have an under counter beko freezer that the red light stays on, the food is still frozen apart from food on the bottom shelf, its atleast 15 yrs old but in good condition, could i fix the problem before buying a new one? Kind Regards.. sue

    • mariya

      October 30, 2017 | 15:39 - Reply

      Hi Susan,

      Please confirm the model number of your appliance & we can look into this further.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  103. susan

    October 31, 2017 | 19:27 - Reply

    hello there, thank you for your reply, however, quite ironically, the lights have gone off after been on for for atleast 4 weeks, and thankfully my food is still frozen, will get help to pull out the freezer and check the model no; and get back to you, many thanks..
    Sue

  104. Sue

    November 12, 2017 | 16:33 - Reply

    Please help a have a American fridge freezer gnev221apb and arrived back from holiday with a red light on and all food defrosted.Cleared and cleaned the machine and then tried to turn on again.No red light so left it for 4 hours but has not got cold.Freezer only two years old.

    • hali

      November 14, 2017 | 16:01 - Reply

      Hi Sue,

      If the appliance is running but not getting cold there must be a systems problem so would require a refrigerator systems engineer to repair it. Consider contacting Repaircare.co.uk for a fixed price repair.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  105. patriciaohara

    November 13, 2017 | 13:54 - Reply

    I bought a Beco fridge freezer three months ago. I have noticed water on the roof of the fridge and a black soot on the walls and floor of the fridge. Can you tell me why this is happening
    model Number CT5381ABW

    • hali

      November 14, 2017 | 16:01 - Reply

      Hi Patricia,

      There should be no soot inside the machine, If this is under warranty please contact your supplier to check the appliance.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  106. andy waldron

    November 29, 2017 | 12:10 - Reply

    Hi I have a Beko TFF673APS freezer, the freezer had a build up of ice behind the interior element covers. the lower panel was pushed out by the ice which in turn pushed a draw and opened up the door. After completely defrosting and removing the bottom cover, two of the clips have snapped off as part of the ice expansion and the cover is warped. I need a new bottom cover to replace the current one

  107. Idowu

    November 30, 2017 | 12:53 - Reply

    My upstanding defrost freezer model no tff673apw stopped freezing though still working . I decided to switch it off and defrost because some ice has gathered in the lowest compartment. After defrosting and leaving it open for two days I cleaned it and switched it on and it’s still not freezing. What could be the problem

    • hali

      November 30, 2017 | 16:55 - Reply

      Hi Idowu,

      If the compressor at the back is constantly humming indicating it is running or clicking twice a minute but it is not getting cool the fault would require a refrigeration systems engineer to repair. If the compressor does not run or click it could be the control board https://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-board/product.pl?pid=2841571

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  108. Sandra

    December 4, 2017 | 14:49 - Reply

    We have a brand new Beko fridge with 3 freezer drawers at the bottom. The freezer works fine, however, the refrigerator is not cooling and despite having it at 1 degree by now, doesn’t manage to get colder than 15 degrees. After more than a dozen calls to Beko, a guy came by yesterday, insisting the fridge was still in test mode. pushed some buttons on the panel and said that after 4 hours it should be cool. We now have 24 hours later and the thing obviously is still not working. Another dozen calls and always the same excuse- somebody will call you today (since 9am). It is now 5pm and you guessed correctly – nobody ever called. Any idea how we can fix this POS ourselves? I am ready to throw it into the streets and buy another brand. TIA

    • hali

      December 4, 2017 | 16:27 - Reply

      Hi Sandra,

      Can you confirm the model number of your appliance and we can look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  109. trudi rushby

    December 8, 2017 | 12:02 - Reply

    hi, fan on my stand up frost free fridge freezer making a lot of noise when you open door it stops, and the fan stops going round .
    Ive had it around 5 years

    • hali

      December 8, 2017 | 16:15 - Reply

      Hi Trudi,

      Please confirm the model number of your appliance and we can then look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  110. Ann Higgins

    December 11, 2017 | 14:18 - Reply

    I have a Beko TL 577APW freestanding upright fridge about 3 years old. Today as I was opening the fridge the top of the door came away from the fridge at the hinge. It doesn’t appear to have been damaged but it isn’t catching properly so that the door isn’t secure at the top.

    Any ideas what I can do to fix it?

  111. Barrie lee Hassell

    December 28, 2017 | 10:36 - Reply

    Hi can you help my fridge is warm and the freezer is slowly defrosting, there is a running water noise at the back of the fridge freezer !

    • hali

      December 28, 2017 | 16:04 - Reply

      Hi Barrie,

      Please confirm the full model of your appliance and we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  112. Steve W

    December 28, 2017 | 16:52 - Reply

    3 year old fridge freezer (cxfg1685) is getting too cold in fridge. Usually in range 0-2degC, causing some food to be frost damaged. Seals all good and have been cleaned and warmed, so seal well. Fridge is well positioned in Kitchen, out of sun and away from cooker. No ice build up in fridge and drain hole clear. But even at Min setting, the fridge is too cold. I’m suspecting thermostat – does this seem reasonable? If so, how do I get the control knob off? Or do I prise off the Ltk Body assembly? Suggestions please. Many thanks.

  113. Shelley thomas

    December 31, 2017 | 11:22 - Reply

    I have had issues with my Beko fridge freezer smelling and drip try how can I clean the inside pipe as the smell will need t go away

    • hali

      January 3, 2018 | 16:21 - Reply

      Hi Shelley,

      Please confirm the model number of your appliance & we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  114. Brian Eastman

    January 1, 2018 | 19:36 - Reply

    Hi
    Can you advise please
    I have a Beko upright larder fridge
    Temperature on top shelf is about 7.5 degrees while lower shelves are around 4 and 3
    Thermostat is set at 4.5 and it only goes up to 5
    It keeps ticking after the door has been opened and then repeatedly during the day and night

    • hali

      January 3, 2018 | 16:20 - Reply

      Hi Brian,

      Can you please confirm the model number of your appliance & we can look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  115. shirley barber

    January 4, 2018 | 10:28 - Reply

    Hi we have a Beko frost free freezer (2 months old) freezer works fine but we always have some ice on the back wall on the left hand side. Doesn’t make any difference what the controls are set at. Can scape ice off & is back the following day. Model no is 7294846312 serial no 17 11 0909 10, is this normal? no blockages & seals are tight. kind regards,
    Shirley barber

    • hali

      January 5, 2018 | 14:46 - Reply

      Hi Shirley,

      Your model (CFG1582DW) has a ‘wet wall in the fridge that will gather a little ice from the moisture in the air and periodically defrost allowing the ice to melt and drain into the gutter below.

      This is normal for this type of fridge, the freezer will have ice behind the cover that will also build and be cleared in the same manner.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  116. Brian Eastman

    January 4, 2018 | 18:56 - Reply

    Hi Hali
    Model is a TL546APW
    Checked last night and I had up to 10 .2 on the top shelf and 4.5 on the second after the door was opened for 2 minutes whilst I was recording the clicking noise

    • hali

      January 5, 2018 | 15:12 - Reply

      Hi Brian,

      It can be difficult for a large ‘larder’ type freezer to maintain the same temperature as cold will automatically sink to the base of any vessel as warmer air rises.
      There is a fan in many larder fridges to circulate the air and try to even the temperature. When the door is opened on an upright fridge or freezer the cold air pours out like water being replaced with warm air from the room so to get a better more accurate temperature reading leave glasses of water on different shelves ideally overnight as the water will change to the ‘local’ temperature. If the fridge is running and getting cool then it is unlikely to be a faulty thermostat if the machine does not stop ‘early’.

      We need more details on the clicking you refer before we can offer a possible cause or explanation.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  117. Brian

    January 5, 2018 | 18:06 - Reply

    Hi Hali
    Thanks for your reply
    I understand the different temperatures possible in the fridge but find it difficult to believe that there would be so much difference ie 3 degrees between the top and the second shelf after running all night and opening in the morning
    Basically I can’t use my top shelf as it it warmer than 5 degrees and the lower shelves are down to about 2degrees
    That doesn’t seem fit for purpose
    The fridge is 2 years old and I’m at a loss to solve the problem
    Could it be a faulty compressor or the fan blocked
    Didn’t have the problem in the summer
    The clicking is just a noise the sound when the door has been open and then closed
    It sounds like ice cracking
    Regards
    Brian

    • hali

      January 15, 2018 | 16:56 - Reply

      Hi Brian,

      In our opinion if there is a fault with the cooling system or its control, the whole cavity would be either too warm or too cold.
      If you have both too warm and too cold the only thing that can make a difference is either leaking door seals, the environment temperature or the circulating fan.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  118. shirley barber

    January 10, 2018 | 13:52 - Reply

    Many thanks for your kind help on Jan 5th 2018.
    kind regards,
    Shirley

  119. Charlotte Smith

    January 18, 2018 | 12:04 - Reply

    Hi I have a Beko fridge freezer CDA 543 Fx but the rapid/quick freeze compartment does not work. The fan at the back doesn’t seem to move so could this be the issue? Some items at the back of the fridge seem to freeze a bit but generally seems ok. Can someone help advise? Would it cost much to repair? Thank you in advance.

    • hali

      January 19, 2018 | 16:52 - Reply

      Hi Charlotte,

      The likely cause of the fan not running is a build-up of ice behind the cover due to a fault with the defrost circuit.
      When the ice has been defrosted remove the fan cover panel (evaporator cover) and check the defrost heater for continuity. If this is OK suspect the defrost timer fitted at the back in a pocket by the compressor.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  120. Kerry

    January 21, 2018 | 13:10 - Reply

    Hi, I have a Beko larder fridge with water dispenser. The fridge light is working, but the fan inside isn’t and now the fridge isn’t getting cold. Is there an easy fix?
    Many thanks,
    Kerry

    • hali

      January 22, 2018 | 16:33 - Reply

      Hi Kerry,

      Please confirm the model number of your appliance & we shall look into this for you.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  121. Roy

    February 15, 2018 | 14:42 - Reply

    Hi
    We have two Beko CS5533APW, one works fine the other defrosts every so often ,both are in the same room in the basement and at a constant temp,had the thermostat changed but still does it ?
    Anything else that maybe the problem, both have plenty of space round them so at a bit of a loss !

  122. Adiba

    February 17, 2018 | 21:22 - Reply

    I have an American style fridge freezer model AB 910 W. It’s about 10 years old. Last week it started to freeze things in the bottom 2 drawers of the fridge (crisper and veg drawers). I turned of the fridge freezer for a few days thinking it would be fine after that.
    It’s still freezing the fridge side andin the freezer side it’s only freezing bottom 2 compartments. The noise from fridge freezer is louder and as if it is working harder.

    • hali

      February 19, 2018 | 16:50 - Reply

      Hi Adiba,

      Your fridge freezer regulates the fridge temperature by controlling the cold air input from the freezer compartment with this part: https://www.buyspares.co.uk/thermostat-housing/product.pl?pid=1660681 Check the control flap has not frozen or jammed open as this will cause your problem.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  123. molly

    February 27, 2018 | 15:25 - Reply

    Hi, I have a 7 yr old BEKO fridge freezer model no cda543fb
    it has ice on the upper back wall and is freezing food and drinks
    i presumed this was a problem with thermostat and I opened the light unit to find thermostat but it was not there, I presume its in the back! correct diagnosis and fix advice needed please

    Thanks

  124. Marie

    March 5, 2018 | 19:54 - Reply

    Hi, I have a BECO CDA539FB-2 which is freezing on the back wall which is freezing the food and drinks. The thermostat is set at 3.

    • hali

      March 7, 2018 | 09:32 - Reply

      Hi Marie,

      The usual cause of this problem with your fridge freezer is a failure of the control board as shown here:

      http://www.buyspares.co.uk/pcb-control-board/product.pl?pid=1891288

      There is another possible cause that is a failure of the sensor, this is foamed in the insulation of the lining of the fridge and cannot be replaced. If the control board does not resolve the problem the appliance may not be repairable.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,
      The BuySpares Team

  125. Lorraine

    March 16, 2018 | 08:48 - Reply

    Hi the shelves and veg drawer of my Beko fridge constantly have condensation under them also if I put anything in a box in the fridge it gets damp I make sure nothing is touching the back wall so it isn’t that

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