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Just a quick one...

My Beko has developed the E18 fault. I Only realised when I came to put next wash on and it would not start. So it must have finished it's last cycle.

Followed all the advice of cleaning filter, pipes etc.. and all looks clear.

Have done the factory reset, but the machine refuses to go through the test cycle, just shows the E18 error on the display. 

Is there a way to reset the fault or Is this more serious than just clearing filters, pipes...





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Hello Teofan. Thanks, it's never too late to add something to a forum topic as people are finding it all the time.

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Hello! And thank you! 

An update to what I wrote before: that didn't actually solve the problem. The issue was with a faulty door lock which sometimes worked, sometimes didn't. We changed it and now the machine works. The E18 error is still there, though... 

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Hi,  I had the same issue with a Beko washing machine.  Tried cleaning and checking for blockages but nothing.  E18 according to many sites is apparently about an uneven wash and the advice was not any good ( turning machine off and on, taking some of the washing out to reduce the load, taking the detergent tray out and back in) and didn’t solve the problem.   I read that it might be related to the door (inter)lock and replaced this, which was fairly easy. Closed the door.  Turned the machine on and it seemed to finish doing something.  Then it was good to go.  Problem solved.  Hope this helps others.

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