If your dryer is running but not heating the problem may be a faulty heater. Mat shows how to replace heaters on models from the DCU range. If you need to replace a heater on a different type of Beko dryer see another of our videos
Tumble Dryer Repair Help & Advice
If you’ve got a big household, your tumble dryer is likely a favourite timesaver. Fixing your dryer yourself can save you money and keep your machine working for longer. Our help articles will guide you through the most common faults and how to identify the spares you need to maintain your appliance. All dryer spares featured in our articles are available on our website.
If your dryer motor is running but the drum is not turning it is likely the belt has broken. Mat shows how to change the belts and pulley on a Beko dryer. If your Beko dryer only has one belt please see our other video.
If your dryer is running but not filling the container with water you may have a faulty condenser pump. Mat shows how to replace it on a Beko tumble dryer.
The start switch on these tumble dryers does not latch so if the machine only runs when pressing the button the fault is with the relay board or door switch depending on the model. If the switch is faulty this video shows how to replace it.
If your dryer will only run when you hold the start switch in, the fault is not likely to be the start switch. The likely cause will be that the door switch has failed. This is how to replace it.
If your have a Zanussi, AEG, Electrolux or John Lewis dryer that turns the drum, but does not heat and you have confirmed a faulty heater element, Mat will show how to replace it.
When your washer dryer stops working it may display a fault code to give some indication of the problem. For Hotpoint CTD models of tumble dryer or washer dryer these are the codes you should encounter and how to interpret them.
If the belt on your dryer is worn or broken you need to replace it. Here Mat shows how on a Zanussi tumble dryer.
If you have a Hotpoint TCL tumble dryer that malfunctions you may be left scratching your head as to the problem. But don’t despair, there’s a good chance your machine will let you know the cause of the issue by displaying an error, either by showing a letter and number on the electronic display or by illuminating or flashing various lights on the control board of your machine.
A worn pulley can cause noise or even the drive belt to come off. Here Mat shows how to change this on a Zanussi tumble dryer.