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  1. Hi, if I remember correctly, there are screws on the outside that have to be removed, directly behind the clips. Also it may have the wiring harness cable tied, cut these. Regards Rob
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  2. Hi. You can download most manufacturers instruction manuals from my whitegoodshelp page here - White goods appliance user manuals there is definitely a link to Miele manuals where you need to enter the numbers from the washing machine. This link is to Miele's website so if they don't have one no one will unless you could find one second hand so to speak.
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  3. Thanks for that, that must be what that disintegrated mess is! After s some more hunting about I found this diagram. In case it's helpful for anyone else doing this job😊
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  4. My Washer Dryer Beko model WDR7543121W didn't make the 2 year old mark, that's next month. Somewhat dismayed I searched online and came across this site. I read through a lot of the posts and decided to have a go. I ordered 3 of the diodes at £1.80 each, a USB soldering iron and a power bank at a total of £32 but of course I still have the soldering iron, the Power Bank, which has since charged my smart phone, and 2 spare diodes. I am hoping my 2 extra diodes are total waste of money. Beko should be totally ashamed their record on this matter surely they have records of purchasers of these mac
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  5. Part installed. No leaks and no deaths and no more tripping. So that's a success. Thanks for your help Dave
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  6. Hello Bob, I found this forum from a Google Search. I've had the same problem on my Beko which is about 2 years old. one day later on Easter monday and replaced the same D7 Diode...with a 3 Amp 100V version Diode.. and all working.. thank you Bob for this Forum and all contributors. i'll be writing to Beko. I'll donate some money to charity in recognition of the money saved.. all the best Sean
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  7. Thanks so much bob12241. With a little patience and lots of knowledge from yourself and others on this board, I fixed it with the new diode (D7). You are a star!!
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  8. The newer the washing machine the less water should be used. Modern ones hardly use any. No washing machine should fill for a set time regardless as it would result in wildly differing water levels. They all control water levels with air pressure. The following articles may be interesting - how does a washing-machine control water levels? is my washing machine taking in enough water? how low water pressure affects washing machines
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  9. Another picture. Also a tool I knocked up from metal brackets to assist with the pulling but which wasn't needed in the end.
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  10. The first time I changed the heater element on my Hotpoint, I had terrible trouble in getting the old one out. It involved sawing through one electrode so that the metal cover could be revolved a bit so that access to the rubber was obtained. The rubber was then painfully picked out, with pliers and knives. However, the second time it needed changing (about 25 months later) after a lot of tugging and a bit of thought, I arrived at the solution. The only thing that prevents its removal is the piece of rubber on the inner edge which swells when the nut is tightened and stays swollen
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  11. Bob. You beauty. Another rescued machine, so therefore confirmation that it fixes this issue on the Beko WDIR7543101 integrated washer/dryer. I took the liberty of taking a series of photographs, and made a brief guide below. This is just my experience, and I'm not a qualified electrician / white goods repair man, so you follow this guide at your own risk! Cheers, Jon 1. Drag the machine out on some cardboard! Make sure to isolate and unplug the device from the mains, the water and the waste before undergoing any of this work. 2. Remove the 5 screws from the rear The
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