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    Hi Jonboyuk I mentioned it's location and how to remove the unit in a previous post on this subject, it is housed in a black enclosure (located at the lower rear RH side) which either unclips or has a few screws to remove the top cover. This applies to the Beko WDX8543130W and not your model, although it is likely similar in construction and different models use a variation to this PCB (not compatible though). I would check the same location if I were you. Please let me know how you go on for future reference. Regards Rob
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    Hey Andy, well like the good sheep I already replaced it to no avail. It wasn't take costly to try compared to getting someone to come and take a look at it. I think there is a good chance it's the pressure chamber, things seem to add up to it. I'll take a look this weekend. Thanks again Andy.
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    Check whether your machine is on the recall list first, a potential fire is a lot worse. Check / clean the pump filter. If that doesn't resolve it then pressing the Delay button once during the cycle should temporarily stop the beeping until the next wash.

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