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I am still awaiting a reply i am disappointed that know one has replied as I need to sort
this problem out asap
Hi to you from David, 'The Famous Forry'
From your fault description your Beko is 'short of gas'. When this happens the compressor will get extremely hot as it is never switching off as it does when working correctly. The remedy is to 'Re-Charge with refrigeration gas, usually R134a or R600a now more commonly used. This is not a task every DIY person can do as they do not have the necessary equipment and for a one off job it is best to call in the experts. You would expect to pay around £75 in total for this repair. If you would like to do it youeself I will be more than happy to talk you through the procedure, regards David, 'The Famous Forry'