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Beko Dishwasher Error Codes

Beko is one of the most popular appliance brands across the UK and it’s little wonder. They manufacture the highest quality dishwashers packed with cutting-edge features that are sure to make your life that little bit easier. However, like any device, your Beko dishwasher can experience issues that affect its usage.

If there is an issue with your appliance, an error code will likely flash up on the control panel. These codes correspond to a specific problem, ranging from minor glitches to complex malfunctions. By understanding what these codes mean, you can determine the scale of work that needs to be done and whether or not you should call upon the services of a professional appliance repair company, like Pacifica.

Whilst these may not apply to every Beko model, we’ve compiled some of the most common Beko error codes that we see on a daily basis.

If you’re experiencing issues with your dishwasher, don’t hesitate to contact the professionals at Pacifica. We can assess the severity of the problem and determine the best course of action. All of our engineers are highly trained with years of experience, meaning we can tackle even the most complex Beko dishwasher repairs. We work in homes nationwide, simply fill out our online enquiry form to receive a free quote.

Common Beko Dishwasher Error Codes
Error Code
Fault Description
Overflow: This means that your dishwasher is having issues draining water. You should examine the supply and drain hoses for possible kinks, before checking that the drain and filter aren’t blocked.
Water shortage: An E02 error code signals that your dishwasher is getting too little water to function effectively. This could be caused by a blocked water inlet filter, a leak under the machine or a faulty control board.
Heating error: An E03 error code indicates that the water temperature inside your machine is too low. This temperature is measured by an NTC sensor, so an E03 error code could suggest that this sensor is damaged.
Water filling issue: Whilst an E02 code refers to an issue with the water that enters the dishwasher, an E04 code demonstrates a problem with the water that is stored inside the dishwasher for washing and rinsing. You should still check the drain hose and filters, but this issue could also be caused by a malfunctioning water level sensor.
Thermometer error: Both E05 and E06 error codes signal an issue with the thermometer that measures the temperature of your dishwasher water. E05 indicates that the probe of the thermometer is open, which means there is no electrical connection between the two probe ends. An E06 code means that the probe is shorted out, so the electrical connection does not run through to the intended circuit. Both of these codes require the wiring and the connections between the thermometer and control board to be checked.
Boiler thermometer error: E07 and E08 error codes mean that there is a problem with the boiler thermometer. As with the above error codes, an E07 code means that the probe is open and an E08 code indicates that the probe is shorted out.
Turbidity sensor error: A turbidity sensor measures the clarity of dishwasher water, determining when best to advance to the next cycle or dispense detergent. An H2 code indicates an error with this device, so you should carefully clean and examine the area around the sensor to remove any obstructions or residue.
Diverter valve error: This valve controls the supply of water to various parts of your dishwasher, including the top and bottom spray arms. Gently inspect the valve for any signs of wear or blockages.
NTC error: An H4 error code means that the NTC thermometer sensor could be defective, meaning the temperature sensor can’t be read by the dishwasher.
Water inlet error: Whilst both H5 and H6 codes indicate a fault with the water inlet, an H5 error code means there is an excess of water coming in and an H6 error code means that no water has been detected and the dishwasher has failed to fill.
Heating fault: An H7 error code means that the heating element is either damaged or can’t be detected, meaning that the correct temperature can’t be reached.

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