BEKO Dishwasher Error Codes

We have collated a list of the common BEKO dishwasher error codes and listed them below, along with what they mean. Here they are:

Flashing NumberFault
H2Turbidity sensor error
H3Diverter valve error
H4NTC error
H5Uninterruptible water inlet error
H6Water inlet fault
H7Heating fault
Error TypeError Code
Overflow, water leaked into baseP1 Blink
No Water into applianceP1 Blink
Heater faultP3 Blink
Turbidity fault - level of water clarityP4 Blink
3WV - Diverter Valve position errorP5 Blink
NTC Fault (temperature sensor)P6 Blink
Water inlet valve faultF1 & F2 Blink (2 bars at bottom of display)

By knowing what the error codes mean, you will hopefully have a better understanding of what issue(s) your dishwasher is having; whether you can repair it yourself, or need to book a dishwasher repair from a professional.

If you are attempting a repair yourself, please be extremely careful (and only do so if you’re qualified) as electrical appliances can pose a danger to life.

Comments

Gerard Beugelsdijk
Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 12:35 pm

I have a DSFS 6530 X which gives a F:t1 error code.
I have been facing troubles with the push buttons

MGlotech
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 8:32 am

That seems like an odd readout, if you have been having problems with the push buttons the first place to start would be the button panel pcb. I can’t see the board on our suppliers site for that model but there is a good chance that it will be the main pcb of the dishwasher.

Justin S
Friday, September 27, 2019 at 9:19 pm

Hi, I have a Beko DSFS1531S slimline dishwasher and the error code readout is P3 (the third light ) I read that this indicates an NTC error and having replaced that part the dishwasher is still not allowing the start button to work and still shows the same error. PLEASE HELP!

J

MGlotech
Monday, September 30, 2019 at 7:45 am

You need to test the heater for earth faults, preferably with an insulation tester at 500v. Also test other components. Engineers will eliminate other causes to try to avoid just changing the PCB. Unfortunately if you don’t think it can be other components or wiring then you might have to try the board. One reason to get a repair company like us out is that they will take on the risk of buying parts unnecessarily.

Riley Boyle
Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at 6:09 am

Hey their I have a Beko dishwasher here model dfn16420x flashing p1 p2 won’t start or anything
Wonder If you’s had anything like thus happen..

Thanks in regard

MGlotech
Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 7:18 am

These are 2 different faults, P1 is Overflow so there is probably water in the base, P2 is no water.
I suggest checking to see if there is an internal leak first causing water in the base.

emma jordan
Monday, October 14, 2019 at 12:32 am

I have a beko pro smart inverter dishwasher and wont do any of the settings ive resetted checked hoses etc comes up with E02 tried all the settings

MGlotech
Monday, October 14, 2019 at 10:44 am

Hi, I will need the model number to look up the fault infomation.


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