Issues with the defrost system, dirty condenser tubes fan failures, gasket leaks could cause the Beko freezer to not be sufficiently cold. The cooling problem may appear to be located in the freezer. But, your Beko fridge and freezer will likely not be cold enough. To avoid food spoilage, you’ll need to quickly solve the issue. How can you stop air from leaking into your Beko freezer.
If your Beko freezer gets too hot to be able to freeze ice cream and there is lots of frost, warm, humid air could be entering your refrigerator. Check all door gaskets to ensure they are not damaged and replace damaged gaskets for the door. If you notice that gaskets in good condition are not seal properly around door openings because of gaps between the gaskets and the cabinet that surrounds them, you can adjust your Beko refrigerator’s hinges. If frost accumulation is limited to the back freezer compartment wall, then the auto freeze system might be malfunctioning.
If it is functioning properly, the defrost system melts frost off the evaporator coils every eight hours or so to keep the air paths through the evaporator clear so the freezer and refrigerator compartments cool properly. If the automatic defrost system fails, the frost will build over the evaporator as well as on the the back wall of the freezer compartment. The accumulation of frost can block cooling air paths through the evaporator, which causes Beko freezers to take longer time to cool down. How to fix other problems that stop your freezer being cold enough If you notice that the evaporator fan isn’t working when you look for cooling inside the freezer compartment. If it isn’t working properly you should change the fan. Condenser coils that are dirty could cause cooling issues within the freezer.
The Beko refrigerator should be unplugged. If the coils are stained, clean the coils. Ensure that you wash the coils each time you do routine Beko refrigerator maintenance. Check to see whether the condenser fan is working in the event that you notice that your freezer is not getting cold enough. If the condenser fan does not run, the condenser cannot cool refrigerant efficiently. Replace the condenser fan if it isn’t running when it is activated. It is possible to solve your refrigerator problem through repairs Replacing the Beko refrigerator’s defrost sensors. The Beko refrigerator’s defrost sensing device, which is also known as the bi-metal termination thermostat trips whenever the temperature in the refrigerator reaches an optimum temperature. The thermostat that controls defrost shuts off the power supply to the heater when it trips. If the defrost sensor is not functioning properly, the frost will build over the fins of the evaporator and eventually causes the freezer and refrigerator not cool properly. The volt/ohmmeter can be used to check the continuity of defrost sensors. If it does not show continuity at 0 degrees F then replace the defrost sensor.
Clean the Beko refrigerator condenser tubes. The dusty Beko refrigerator coils could cause issues in the cooling system of your refrigerator as well as efficiency. To clean condenser coils, consult the manual for the owner. Prior to cleaning the coils and getting access to them, unplug the Beko refrigerator. The coils are located in the back of the majority of Beko refrigerators. Clean the condenser coils using the help of a coil brush. Replace the Beko refrigerator compressor condenser Fan The fan is situated in a machine compartment inside the Beko fridge close to the compressor. It cools the hot refrigerant by moving air through the coils. The refrigerant first gets cooled before it goes through the expansion and into the condenser fan. Replace any condenser fan that is defective.
Repair the Beko refrigerator freezer defrost: In order to improve the exchange of heat, the Beko refrigerator refrigerator auto defrost is able to melt frost from evaporator. The compressor shuts down and the heating element for defrost are switched on. During defrosting the frost melts off of the the evaporator fins. The condensate drips to a drip tray for the evaporator beneath the evaporator, and later flows through a defrost drain tube to the drain pan that is close to the compressor within the machine compartment. Prior to the next defrost cycle, the condensate water evaporates out of the drain pan. If the defrost doesn’t work, fix the problem.
Replace the Beko refrigerator’s evaporator fan. The fan is attached to the evaporator. It circulates air through the cabinet, and then across the evaporator fins. It is possible to replace the evaporator fan if it’s damaged. Change the Beko refrigerator’s temperature control board. The temperature control, also referred to as the electronic control board, is situated inside the machine chamber next to the compressor. It is located behind a panel on the back of Beko refrigerator. The temperature control board controls the compressor as well as other parts of the Beko refrigerator. It can be tested using the diagnostic testing procedures in the refrigerator’s tech sheet. If the board for controlling temperature doesn’t function properly or it stops functioning then replace it.
The Beko refrigerator temperature thermostat thermostat should be replaced. The thermostat is fitted with a sensor tube which detects the temperature in the Beko refrigerator. The temperature of the cabinet is controlled by the temperature control thermostat. It turns off and on the compressor based upon the temperature detected by the sensor tube. Replace the temperature control thermostat in the event that it is unable to detect temperature properly or if it isn’t able to cycle the compressor correctly.
The Beko refrigerator thermostat should be changed. If your refrigerator isn’t cooling properly, the thermistor may be defective. The thermistor sends temperature information to the thermostat and a broken thermistor will give bad information. Replace the Beko freezer timer in the refrigerator. The motor that drives the defrost control elements and drives them. If the control contacts of the defrost timer advance into the defrost cycle, the compressor stops and the heater is turned on for a specific amount of time in order to melt the frost off of the fins of the evaporator. This allows for more efficient heat exchange across the evaporator.
When the specified period of defrost is over the defrost timer’s contacts switch back to allow normal cooling operations within the Beko refrigerator. If the defrost thermostat ceases to move when activated, it is necessary to change it. The defrost heater can be prevented from being energized due to faulty contacts. If this happens, change the timer for defrost heating. Adjust the refrigerator or freezer doors Doors to freezers and refrigerators are hinged and swing, which can be damaged or bent. The doors may sag over time. Warm moist air can get into the refrigerator or freezer door, causing excessive frost to form. This repair for the refrigerator involves adjusting or repairing the hinges so that the doors work properly and stay in alignment.
Replace the Beko gasket for the refrigerator. The gasket attaches on the refrigerator or freezer door panel. It stops air from getting into the cabinet or escaping it when the door is shut. A damaged gasket lets warm, moist air into the Beko refrigerator even when the door is closed which can cause excessive frost and cooling issues. If the seal is damaged or worn replace it. Replace the Beko refrigerator electrical control board. It sends voltage to compressors and fans when it senses that the refrigerator must remain cool. To keep track of the temperature within the freezer or refrigerator the electronic control panel receives signals via sensors for temperature.
The control board’s electronic circuitry regulates the process of defrost using this information. It is possible to perform a diagnostic test on the electronic control board to see how well it’s working. There are many tests that can be performed, but the most popular test is called the Forced Defrost test. Check the tech manual for the instructions to run the diagnostics. If the controller’s electronic board isn’t functioning, you must replace it.
Routine maintenance for Beko refrigerators: Dust-covered refrigerator coils could stop the freezer and refrigerator from operating effectively and efficiently cooling. Clean the heating coils of the condenser according to your owner’s guideline. Unplug the Beko refrigerator prior to accessing and cleaning the coils. The coils can be found behind the refrigerator’s bottom grill. Make use of a coil brush to clean the coils. Regular maintenance includes replacing the filter for water, clearing dust off the bottom of the grille, as well as adjusting the hinges in case doors aren’t sealing tightly.