Jump to content

DONT STAY LURKING AS A GUEST,

JOIN TEF AND BENEFIT FROM MEMBERSHIP:

CLICK HERE TO JOIN.
  •  
     
     
Countdown To Christmas!
 

 

Beko oven fan cutting out


Chris Dunstan

Recommended Posts

Chris Dunstan

Hi, I have just had my parents old beko oven. Was ok for a week then we noticed the main fan that heats the oven cutting out (mainly at 200c but have noticed it lower temps also. The element still gets red hot.... Was told over the phone by an engineer that it maybe the motor. So I purchased a new motor. But still seems to be cutting out...Once it has cut out. I have to let the oven completely cool down before the fan will start up again. Seems to make a buzzing sound, you see it trying to go around.

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
Andy™

before it stops does it make a noise as though something is catching it? may be very little clearence, oven heats up, metal expands and stops fan. cools down, contracts, fan is now free

although if it is that, i wouldnt expect the fan to last very long

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
 
kme

Beko don`t normally have a "board" handling the fan (unless its touch control, or digital) - its a standard induction fan (usually), run from 240VAC, which is simply switched in & out by the programmer.

Thing to do is wire an AC voltmeter across the motor terminals (if you are confident & competent to do this), and see if the fan slows / stops due to a supply reduction; or if there is still full voltage to the fan when it stalls.

The circular elements don`t tend to last very long if the fan isn`t cooling them through airflow. It would help to know the model of oven involved.

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH

The phone calls to the engineer probably cost more than a second hand Beko appliance is worth.

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
SPECIAL LOCATION

Or..

short answer..

If its BEKO.....

scrap it.. don't waste any more time or money on it..

and get a better brand of oven.!

p.s.

welcome to the forumbulator!

GuinnessGuinnessGuinnessGuinness

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH
Or..

short answer..

If its BEKO.....

scrap it.. don't waste any more time or money on it..

and get a better brand of oven.!

p.s.

welcome to the forumbulator!

GuinnessGuinnessGuinnessGuinness

I was being polite O)

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
SPECIAL LOCATION
I was being polite O)

You been off to etiquette training school then Slip Slap....

Trying to get ready to impress all the foreign visitors during the Olympics?

?? :tongue in cheek

:coat

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH

Well i was going to say 'more than a new Beko appliance is worth' but as its a newbe.......................

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
Chris Dunstan
Beko don`t normally have a "board" handling the fan (unless its touch control, or digital) - its a standard induction fan (usually), run from 240VAC, which is simply switched in & out by the programmer.

Thing to do is wire an AC voltmeter across the motor terminals (if you are confident & competent to do this), and see if the fan slows / stops due to a supply reduction; or if there is still full voltage to the fan when it stalls.

The circular elements don`t tend to last very long if the fan isn`t cooling them through airflow. It would help to know the model of oven involved.

Thanks for the reply. Model number is OIF 21300. Got an engineer coming around today...But over the phone he wasn't sure what it was as like others I have spoken to he would have changed the fan.

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
Andy™

another thought, the fan usually switches off when the door is open. could be a faulty door switch

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
SLIPSHOD & SLAPDASH
Thanks for the reply. Model number is OIF 21300. Got an engineer coming around today...But over the phone he wasn't sure what it was as like others I have spoken to he would have changed the fan.

Seriously, that oven retails for

Link to comment
Share on other sites
 
 

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
  • Create New...

Important Information

Terms of UseWe have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.