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Beko Tumble Dryer Thermostat Assembly Stock Number: ES1567977

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Genuine Beko spare part for select tumble dryers

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Tumble dryer in desperate need of a new thermostat? This could be the ideal spare part for you.

This replacement thermostat assembly will fit inside your tumble dryer and is sure to have it regulating your machine's temperatures again in not time.

Genuine spare part for select Beko tumble dryers. Prior to ordering, please check the moel fit list to ensure this part is suitable for your appliance.

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6 Questions and 10 Answers

Our tumble dryer has stopped drying the clothes. We thought it might be the heater as nothing got warm and replaced it, but even though there is now slight warmth, the clothes are just not drying. What other problem can cause this? I have cleaned the filter, no fluff to be seen. As we have already replaced the heater, we need to find out what it really is before buying more parts as it will end up being pretty expensive otherwise. I hope you can help

By Sunny - - 13 May 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    Following your more detailed information this part would be next on my list to replace as it will be used by the pcb to monitor and adjust the drying temperature.

  • This is not an answer to the question, just a reply to the answer I was given: I have had a look at the video you mentioned and its not really making me any wiser. Is the thermostat a likely problem? I have already cleaned out the condenser, the filter, wiped away any visible "bits of fluff", changed the heater, checked that the pump is working by pouring some water into the "overflow channel/pipe" - The tumble dryer is just not heating up enough to dry the clothes, all I get is a luke warm temperature in the drum. Does this make it clearer what the issue could be? Many thanks By Sunny - - 13 May 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    See our video How to Diagnose Tumble Drier Drying and Heating Problems: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/9/2050/how-to-diagnose-tumble-drier-drying-and-heating-problems

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were is the thermostat situated and how do I find out if this is causing the problem before I purchase new item

By millsy - bolton - 07 April 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    This part is mounted on the Drum Bearing Housing Assy at the front of the machine.

  • still not told me were the thermostat is situated. My model is DRCS 68W By millsy - bolton - 07 April 2014
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    To help and identify your problem see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/9/2050/how-to-diagnose-tumble-drier-drying-and-heating-problems

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Element heats up and after 45 seconds drum reverses, element goes off and will not reheat when drum starts again. Not sure whether the thermostat or heating element is at fault. Any ideas?

By Trevor - Portsmouth - 03 May 2016
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    The element is OK. if the sensor strips under the front edge of the drum support do not pick up moisture the machine may turn the heat off as it assumes the drying is finished. Clean these and add a damp tea towel to check if still faulty.

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By Paul J - Cambridge - 07 January 2016
  • Kas from eSpares
    Kas at eSpares says...

    Here is a link to a video on our advice centre page in regards to tumble dryer heating issues. This should help you out in allocated the correct part required to resolve your problem. http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/9/2050/how-to-diagnose-tumble-dryer-drying-and-heating-problems

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I bought the element from you this week, it heats up but then cuts out after a few seconds.

By Mike - Fareham - 29 April 2015
  • Chris from eSpares
    Chris at eSpares says...

    Check the air flow through the machine as if this is restricted (condenser blocked for example) the heater may over heat and cut out. Also if there is no 'damp' load and the machine is on a sensor dry it will turn the heater off as no more drying is required.

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