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I've had the same issue with a different dishwasher, and in my case two different possibilities had occurred. 1. Make sure the door is actually closed properly. 2. Make sure nothing is blocking the armature from spinning.

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Does it have a drive belt? If so the belt may have broken.

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NEEDS A NEW LEVEL PRESSURE SENSOR PROBABLY,

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Start by turning the washing machine of with door shut.
Now turn the dial to the position 1 Which is normally the 90c hold the start /pause button down while you press the on/off button to on for a couple of seconds till light flashes
Now turn the dial to the position 6 and hold down a few seconds the next time you enter it should turn on all the lights now you are in self test diagnostic mode:
Every time you Press the on/off button it will change the test function.
1st all the lights will show
2nd will not do anything
3rd This will tell the motor to turn at standard wash speed clockwise with pump emptying.
4th This will tell the motor to turn at standard wash speed anticlockwise with pump emptying.
5th This will tell the motor to spin clockwise with pump emptying.
6th This will activate right hand compartment water valve. Please note machine will keep filling until you stop it.
7th This will activate left hand compartment water valve. Please note machine will keep filling until you stop it.
8th This will activate booth water valves together. Please note machine will keep filling until you stop it.
9th will not do anything
10th this will start fill cycle until water activates the pressure switch at normal fill level (Normally just below the glass on the door) when the Beko washing machine has reached the level it will start clockwise rotation at normal wash action and heat the water. Please note You Have to stop it manually.
11 this will activate the pump only to empty.
Press again and you are back at the start. Turn machine of and leave for a few minutes and the switch back on and you're in normal wash mode.

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Probably time to call a professional

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Hi, Beko error code format is usually preceded by an E and goes from 1 to 18 or 19. E.g.: E1, E2...E18. Please post a picture of the error code display and your model number and one of the readers may be able to help you.

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Michele that wooshing sound is usually made by water entering or exiting the main clothes compartment.This is all water movement created by the washers internal pump and initiated by the wash cycle switch on the dashboard of washer.Check for disconnected wires on pump and or wires to the cycle switch.

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could be a motor tacho fault...or the electronic module..this normally controls the whole machine with commands

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Barb ,the electrics tripping, THAT is telling you of a SERIOUS FAULT....
Bit of a job to sort out over web, but it seems as though the heater is faulty, tripping when THAT is turned on. You need a meter, on ohms range to check, and you will probably find a fault ( short ) from the earth connection to any of the mains connection. (if you can locate the heater element, under the drum, low down on there will be 3 connections, note connections, and MAKE SURE YOU RECONNECT CORRECTLY!! DO NOT TOUCH, ALTER, OR MESS WHILST PLUGGED IN /TURNED ON AT ANY TIME, it WILL kill you, and HURT YOU AT SAME TIME...)
You could time the cycle, check when it trips out, unplug machine, disconnect mains feeds to heater element, and tape/isolate them, restart machine on same cycle, if machine NOW is running on longer, I would bet it is the heater element. (Machine will probably stay in this mode, waiting for water temp to rise, which it now can't achieve.
DO NOT RUN MACHINE WITH EARTH DISCONNECTED BE VERY CAREFUL, IF YOU HAVE ANY DOUBT, GET A PROFESSIONAL, BUT AS YOU ARE HERE, I GUESS YOU ARE AWARE OF ALL SAFETY ISSUES.
Check web for access to heater on your m/c.
Hope this helps. Ray

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MANY mfg's only sell parts thru their dealers , I would check them

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