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Beko Ecocare 1210- Any Good?

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Hi everyone, very interesting forum here- thanks for providing this resource Washerhelp! I'm living in a shared house and when I moved in there was already a Beko Eco 1210 in there. Apparently it was bought second hand from an small ad and cost small money. This has recently broken (a sort of spring belt has fallen off the drum) but I understand this isnt a repair forum anymore. I would just be curious to know how Bekos stack up against other washers, as I cant seem to see any thread on them here. Hope I'm not making a massive washer faux pas here! :blush:

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Hello poshwash. I've created a Beko forum for you. No one's asked about them so far. My experience of them is that they are similar in build to and design to some older Creda, Hotpoint and other common washing machines but they may not be as sophisticated in looks and features. Beko washing machines are easy to work on and parts are available at relatively reasonable prices. Most of their washing machines in the UK are aimed at the budget end of the market.


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All the latest Beko washing machines can be looked at here http://shopping.washerhelp.co.uk/cl/14/Washing-Machines?man_id=157


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