How to check an electrical power fault on your washing machine

How to check an electrical power fault on your washing machine

If your Beko washing machine will not switch on, there could be an electrical fault. Here’s how to test for that:

  1. Do not plug your washing machine into an extension socket, only ever plug your washing machine into a mains wall socket.
  2. Test that the power socket is working by plugging in something you know is working, a light for example.
  3. Once you have ensured the socket is operational you can plug your washing machine in again.
  4. If your washing machine does not turn on when connected to the power,replace the 13amp fuse in the plug. If the issue is still not resolved there may be an electrical fault.

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