Beko flow through heater replacement

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Hi, thanks for this excellent, clear tutorial. Like a couple of others I've come unstuck without the correct size jubilee clips, but meanwhile I can see the old heater looks clean. However the black pipe is contorted and was stuck to the old heater, making it difficult to remove. I'm guessing it may have partially melted, but the machine is only 5 years old and generally used just a couple of times a week on standard. I'm wondering if a) I should replace the black pipe (I didn't get one with the replacement heater), and b) could that be why my machine isn't heating properly, rather than the heater itself? I'd be grateful for some advice - my kitchen is tiny with silly plumbing, so I really need to sort this in one go.

Author — HotRosin

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I know you posted this some years ago, but followed this video and successfully repaired my dishwasher. Very grateful buddy! Thank you for sharing

Author — Chris0.5p

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I found this really useful for my BEKO dishwasher. Exactly what I was looking for, thanks

Author — Gerard Duffy

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RE. JUBILEE/HOSE CLIPS: You will need 2 x size 25mm-35mm.
RE. ELECTRICS: Purple wire (neutral) on top, brown (live) underneath.
Mission accomplished, would have cost less than £30 but for the wrong size jubilees - hence this comment! One more note on this model: it's super-flimsy so take care not to knock or bend the sides or base-plate while you're working. At best you'll struggle to reassemble it, and at worst you'll dislodge something in the process (in my case the blue hose...). :)

Author — HotRosin

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Know you did this a while ago....but much appreciated. Beko made this pretty simple to replace...but your vid made it even easier.

Author — freetipuk

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Thanks for the video... just replaced mine successfully.. 😁👍

Author — Geordie Gixxer

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Just done this replacement. Thanks mate 👍

Author — James Luscombe

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Excellent Vid - just what i needed to see.

Author — Paul Duncan

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Helpful please don't use a screw drive just pliers to remove clip.

Hope this is helpful.

Author — James Harris

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What size jubilee clips do we need to buy ? waiting on delivery of thermostat so be handy to get correct size jubilee clips ready

Author — T B

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is the Beko flow through heater includ's the thermostat inside? I have a problem in the thermostat so I need to replace the hall unit? it looks like that in other dishwasher brands the thermostat is a very small part

Author — soundv

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Great video but doesn't explain how you proved it was the heater itself. Just tested mine at 27ohms across the insulated terminals so it's perfectly OK. Problem not solved but at least I haven't bought a replacement heater at £80. The limescale is no great indicator that the heater is faulty at all.

Author — Mike Cramp

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I changed out the heater and still no hot water. Any suggestions?

Author — Whim1975

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You didn't video you putting the wires etc back on

Author — Lisa Kedward