Beko Fridge Error Codes: A Complete Guide

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If you need to know what your Beko fridge error codes mean, you’re in the right place! Here’s an article full of error code solutions to help you diagnose and hopefully fix your Beko refrigerator.

Error CodesMeaning / ProblemPotential Solutions
E0Freezer Sensor Failure Remove the inside rear panel of the freezer to access the sensor. Disconnect the sensor sockets and test with a multimeter. If you see OL on the multimeter, the sensor is open circuit.
Buy a new sensor and test it to be sure it is not reading as an open circuit. Get a new one and remount the back panel of the freezer.
E1Freezer Defrost Sensor FailureCall a qualified technician or contact Beko service center for help.
E3Fridge Sensor FailureFix it by contacting a service technician for help.
E4Defrost Heater FailureThe defrost heater is not heating enough to defrost ice or is not working at all if you see this error code.
E8Ice Sensor FailureChange the sensor or have a professional repairman fix it for you.
E9Ice Machine FailureYou will need to replace the ice maker or have a technician replace it for you.
2Cooling fault. Refrigerant leakage, compressor malfunction, fan failure in the refrigerator, improper sensor operation, open long door time.Let a qualified technician verify the fault and fix it for you.
3Heater fault. The heaters do not work or do not work at full capacity, the refrigerator sensor must be repaired.Replace the heater or the sensor of the refrigerator to fix this.
4The sensor circuit is open. One of the sensors is not installed in place, a defect in the wires, a bad contact on the connectors.There could be a problem with the wire connections or the sensor has shifted.
5Sensor short-circuit. Malfunction of the sensor, defect of the wires connecting one of the 3 temperature sensors with the control board, poor contact in the connectors.Let a qualified technician verify the fault and fix it for you.
6The button is pressed. Faulty buttons, dirty buttons.Clean / Replace buttons
7Malfunction of the compressor. Compressor does not work, refrigerant leaks, blockage of the circulation system.Check for leakage of refrigerant, circulation system blockage or a faulty compressor.
12Switch circuit fault. Bad contact on the switch, in the places of connecting wires to the control board or switch, high resistance of the wires.Get an engineer to come and fix this for you.
A Table of Error Codes to Help You Diagnose Your Faults

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