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  2. Hi everyone, just to comment that with all your help I've got my Beko WDR75431215 back up and running! Our machine is only about 2 years old so was pretty dismayed when it wouldn't turn on. I haven't done any electrics before other than gcse physics 15 years ago - at the time I couldn't have been less interested in circuit boards. Was pretty daunting resoldering the diode so I'm absolutely buzzing to report it worked! Cheers Bob and others
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  3. What a FANTASTIC thread. I'm assuming my washer drier has the same issue and I'm taking it apart as I post. I get very cynical about stuff like this. Do diodes usually blow or could it be a case of Beko usings cheap/crap ones on purpose to get people to sign up to their monthly insurance plans?
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  4. Hi thanks Andy it has been noisy for a wee while.so probably better off buying new ,this one ows us nothing.
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  5. In case anyone needs to order replacement diode: Supplier Farnell, Item Code 2849663 Description: STPS2H100 SCHOTTKY RECTIFIER, 100V, 2A, DO-204AL
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  6. Well problem solved after all that it was a 5p obstructing the drain pump hose, as I couldn't get the front cover off to remove all of the pump assembly I only swapped the drain pump motor bit, our repair guy had to partially remove the front face of the washer to remove the pump assembly (most washers I have seen just have screws and your off, this one has a faceplate that can only be removed when the front panel of the washer is partially removed) and as he predicted it was a perfectly sized 5p blocking the pipe..ah well you live and learn
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  7. All working with new brushes
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  8. Hi Circuital, Nice to hear your machine working now. With regards to the dryer cutting out after a couple of minutes I can only offer the advice which you will probably find all over the internet. That is to check your dryer filters are clear and the elements are also clear. If you get a build up off lint on the filters it reduces the airflow across the elements resulting in them over heating and the thermal trip activating. Some have 2 trips the first trip is automatically resettable on over heat the second you have to manually reset as that is the fail safe should the first 1 fail. iIf you h
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  9. Have taken apart brushes extremely worn will replace abd see.
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  10. Much gratitude to bob12241 and jonboyuk for taking the time to write these instructions. My 4 year old Beko had precisely this problem and replacing the D7 diode with a 'STPS2H100 Schottky Rectifying Diode 100V 2A' did the trick! Now I just need to fix the issue with the dryer that cuts out after a minute or two!
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  11. Hi, I am new to the forum. But have recently come across same problem. My bosch machine is over 4yrs old, out of warranty, bosch engineer booked to come this Friday for £99 call out charges and extra for fixing. I kept fiddling and accidentally got it working once. And then kept trying again, but didnt work. I persisted, and eventually got it working multiple times. I dnt know how long this is going to last. This is what I am doing, i keep pressing start continuously so that machine locks and starts, usually with in 10 seconds. Dnt press and hold, but press & release, press & release,
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  12. Mine was the recirculation pump. I changed it on the weekend and the noise has stopped.
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  13. Useful article, I'm convinced it's something obstructing the ball in the sump hose..just can't get the bugger off .. Local repair guy coming out Sat morning, hopefully he can diagnose or its a new washer After I replaced the double cold inlet a few weeks ago because it wasn't filling up properly I thought I was home and dry..at least for a few weeks until this! Thanks for your help
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  14. Pump fitted a charm, great advice thanks..didn't solve the problem though it's draining but at a trickle..I can see the impeller running so the pump must be fine Can only think now there must be a blockage in the sump pipe from the drum to the drain pump, I'm going to take this off next and have a look but I don't have the tools for it as these are threaded screw hose clips and the screw head is pointing toward the drum casing and will require some offset screwdriver which I don't currently possess.. what happened to good old fashioned jubilee clips!
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  15. But you narrowed it down to 3 things... plus I knew I could send the PCB back if I fitted it carefully and it didn't work So it was an easy thing to try. Thanks again.
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  16. New PCB seems to have fixed it. This would have been a very expensive gamble if not for your advice! Thank you for that.
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  17. I can confirm this works great info Rob god bless you , saved me A lot of money.
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  18. Thanks Bob - decided to go for the slightly uprated 2A diode instead of running with the 5A - extra day wait from Farnell, but here's another success story after a 2 minute, £2 repair to my Beko WDR7543121W washer/dryer, which also just stopped working overnight. Beko probably don't give a monkey's that they have a batch of PCBs with a poor quality component on them and to be fair, it's not wholly Beko's fault. I'd be interested to know if there is a particular manufacture date affected by this. For info, my machine was bought on 11th August 2018 and failed on 5th September 2020.
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  19. Hi, it should be ok ,apart from its physical size, as that might cause problems.
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  20. The repair seemed too much of a hassle, so decided to use it until it dies and then just buy another one. So, I'm still using it in its current state and is working so far (still with the same noise).
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  21. Ok, that is clear now. Thank you for your answer.
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  22. Sept 3rd 2020. Another big thanks to Bob, £3.45 for ten diodes from RS with free postage. I will be giving a donation to a NHS based charity. thanks again Allan
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  23. Hi Andy Just updating thread. So I did a full load with my usual Cottons 60C w/ 1200rpm final spin, followed by an 800rpm spin. Both programs completed successfully with no tripping. I've also discovered that the circuit breaker that trips when the machine is in operation isn't actually the circuit breaker responsible for covering the circuit that the machine (and my other kitchen appliances) is on. My electric board isn't labelled and I've never bothered to work out which circuit breaker covers which set of sockets and lights in my home. I decided to work this out manually yesterday
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  24. Hi Andy I see. I would have replied earlier, but I honestly thought you decided to take a break. It's good to see you back. Just when I thought it was all over, the gremlins return. It's just puzzling. I plan to start filming again tomorrow. I will keep the thread updated. Thanks again
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  25. Hello Rollcage. Unfortunately something went wrong with email delivery and I got no notifications at all but I just thought the forum had gone quiet :-) Of course it's completely typical that it never does it while you are videoing. Unbelievable, yet so typical. The only thing you can do is persevere until you catch it or pay an independent engineer to thoroughly inspect it and hope it finds something. Please keep us informed and good luck.
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  26. Weird... I keep posting a reply but it never shows up! Again... 5 hours ago, Whitegoodshelp (Andy) said: I've also long thought that renting Miele washing machine out would be a great business though I hadn't thought of Miele themselves doing it, which I like. If I see your face beaming out of a Miele magazine ad announcing this service, I'll want my cut... ;o) Yes, the cabinet (of our 8yr old machine at least) is as good as they make out, very tough. And good to know the bearings are well made. The biggie for me
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  27. Hello. Yes I agree that Miele like every other manufacturer will have had to constantly be watching costs and making decisions based on keeping prices down, which inevitably will affect quality. I reckon if you compared a modern Miele washing machine with a Miele that was built 10 years or more you would find the new one inferior. However I honestly don't believe that any other washing machine comes close to Miele in build quality, although I have noticed that there are a lot of parts on a Miele washing machine now that I can honestly say do not look any better quality than an average was
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