Beko CS5533APW 50/50 Fridge Freezer £179 Delivered w/code (£20 off large kitchen appliances over £199 - more examples in OP) @ ao.com - HotUKDeals
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Beko CS5533APW 50/50 Fridge Freezer £179.00 Delivered w/code (£20 off large kitchen appliances over £199 - more examples in OP) @ ao.com

£179.00 @ ao.com
Great price for a 50/50 Fridge Freezer! This Beko is included in the ao clearance event, however using the below code knocks £20 off any large kitchen appliance over £199, bringing the price down to a… Read More
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Great price for a 50/50 Fridge Freezer! This Beko is included in the ao clearance event, however using the below code knocks £20 off any large kitchen appliance over £199, bringing the price down to a very tidy £179!

Use code SHOPMDA20 at checkout to receive discount. (Ends midnight 19/02/17)

http://i.imgur.com/lLTpFs4.jpg?1

If space is at a premium in your kitchen, the CS5533AP is ideal. Measuring 54.5cm wide and just 153.5cm high, it’s a great space saver as you won’t need much floor space or ceiling height to house it. It’ll hold 209 litres in total, so it’s best suited to a couple or small family, and it comes with an A+ rating for energy efficiency too. This means that it’ll only cost you about £36.50 a year to run, which isn’t very much when you think it’ll be on 24 hours a day.

http://i.imgur.com/B20MyCK.png?1

Some other bargains to be had with this discount code:

Indesit DFG15B1 Standard Dishwasher £209 w/code
Daewoo DWDMI1011 6Kg Washing Machine with 1000 rpm £179 w/code
Hotpoint Aquarius TVFM70BGP Vented Tumble Dryer £179 w/code

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1 Like #1
I have this fridge freezer, it's very reliable :)
#2
good find op, heat added
2 Likes #3
I've got this one. Keep getting ice all over the back wall of fridge even at number 3.
1 Like #4
lianne21
I've got this one. Keep getting ice all over the back wall of fridge even at number 3.
Thats how they work!
1 Like #5
crazylegs
lianne21
I've got this one. Keep getting ice all over the back wall of fridge even at number 3.
Thats how they work!
No it's not! Ice on back wall is a fault .
1 Like #6
lianne21
crazylegs
lianne21
I've got this one. Keep getting ice all over the back wall of fridge even at number 3.
Thats how they work!
No it's not! Ice on back wall is a fault .
Since when miss fridge engineer!
#7
Suggest you do the lightest of research first before cracking off about things you quite obviously know absolutely nothing about!!! :{

Ice on rear wall of Beko fridge
5 Likes #8
crazylegs
Suggest you do the lightest of research first before cracking off about things you quite obviously know absolutely nothing about!!! :{Ice on rear wall of Beko fridge
Cheeky git! It's not "drops of water" I'm well aware that normal. The whole back wall is a sheet of ice and the hole it should evaporate and run through is permanently blocked. This is called a fault !

Try a more polite approach, manners cost nothing.
#9
Ha clueless!
#10
crazylegs
Ha clueless!


Are you saying a sheet of ice on the back wall is normal?
1 Like #11
somerset
crazylegs
Ha clueless!
Are you saying a sheet of ice on the back wall is normal?
Cure the symptom and you will cure the problem..
Unblock the drainage hole and that will allow all the water droplets to run down and away and evaporate away, leaving a nice clean ice free fridge back wall, not rocket science is it..
I'm done here!
4 Likes #12
We have this exact model at home.

It has worked flawlessly for the last 4 months of having it. Would highly recommend Beko.

If you fancy a laugh, look on Wikipedia to find who owns Beko, and once you've found the company who owns Beko, see who owns that company as well. If you've a childish sense of humour, you'll find this hysterical.

TL;DR: Good fridge. Companies who own Beko have hilarious names.
2 Likes #13
I agree if the back wall is freezing up it sounds like the drain hole is blocked. It's a relatively simple procedure, you can get bits of mould or debris blocking up the hole, it's quite common. Basically the water build up should drip down from the back down the drip hole onto the back of the compressor and evaporate. Yours defo sounds blocked if it's freezing up at the back. A gentle prod may fix it, or in the past I've had to pull out the whole fridge, remove the tube from the drip bowl and blow down it (like a pea shooter type thing) and watch all the gunk come flying into the fridge. Job done!
#14
preecey
We have this exact model at home.

It has worked flawlessly for the last 4 months of having it. Would highly recommend Beko.

If you fancy a laugh, look on Wikipedia to find who owns Beko, and once you've found the company who owns Beko, see who owns that company as well. If you've a childish sense of humour, you'll find this hysterical.

TL;DR: Good fridge. Companies who own Beko have hilarious names.

Just done that it's Vehbi Koç, the founder of Koç holdings.
#15
neilcaldwell
preecey
We have this exact model at home.
It has worked flawlessly for the last 4 months of having it. Would highly recommend Beko.
If you fancy a laugh, look on Wikipedia to find who owns Beko, and once you've found the company who owns Beko, see who owns that company as well. If you've a childish sense of humour, you'll find this hysterical.
TL;DR: Good fridge. Companies who own Beko have hilarious names.
Just done that it's Vehbi Koç, the founder of Koç holdings.

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1 Like #16
This isn't even frost free. I can't give this heat.

Edited By: QuickProfits on Feb 17, 2017 14:48
#17
QuickProfits
This isn't even frost free. I can't give this heat.
No notable ice build up anywhere in the freezer so far, after having it filled with food for the last few months.
#18
neilcaldwell
I agree if the back wall is freezing up it sounds like the drain hole is blocked. It's a relatively simple procedure, you can get bits of mould or debris blocking up the hole, it's quite common. Basically the water build up should drip down from the back down the drip hole onto the back of the compressor and evaporate. Yours defo sounds blocked if it's freezing up at the back. A gentle prod may fix it, or in the past I've had to pull out the whole fridge, remove the tube from the drip bowl and blow down it (like a pea shooter type thing) and watch all the gunk come flying into the fridge. Job done!

There's a video here explaining the issue:-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du_99JIAUz0
1 Like #19
neilcaldwell
I agree if the back wall is freezing up it sounds like the drain hole is blocked. It's a relatively simple procedure, you can get bits of mould or debris blocking up the hole, it's quite common. Basically the water build up should drip down from the back down the drip hole onto the back of the compressor and evaporate. Yours defo sounds blocked if it's freezing up at the back. A gentle prod may fix it, or in the past I've had to pull out the whole fridge, remove the tube from the drip bowl and blow down it (like a pea shooter type thing) and watch all the gunk come flying into the fridge. Job done!
Sorry not job done. I'm not stupid I've unblocked it numerous times and within 2 weeks it's blocked again.
#20
My fridge is so old the freezer compartment is at the top, i certainly will need one at some point soon no doubt.
#21
XP200
My fridge is so old the freezer compartment is at the top, i certainly will need one at some point soon no doubt.

You've probably paid for a new fridge freezer by now if you've been running that thing for years.
1 Like #22
In my experience Beko has been the best value brand in both washing machine and fridge.
#23
faxmax
In my experience Beko has been the best value brand in both washing machine and fridge.


Here here
1 Like #24
lianne21
neilcaldwell
I agree if the back wall is freezing up it sounds like the drain hole is blocked. It's a relatively simple procedure, you can get bits of mould or debris blocking up the hole, it's quite common. Basically the water build up should drip down from the back down the drip hole onto the back of the compressor and evaporate. Yours defo sounds blocked if it's freezing up at the back. A gentle prod may fix it, or in the past I've had to pull out the whole fridge, remove the tube from the drip bowl and blow down it (like a pea shooter type thing) and watch all the gunk come flying into the fridge. Job done!
Sorry not job done. I'm not stupid I've unblocked it numerous times and within 2 weeks it's blocked again.

It's provably half blacked further down the pipe then. Pull it out and unblock it really well. Or change the tube.
#25
neilcaldwell
lianne21
neilcaldwell
I agree if the back wall is freezing up it sounds like the drain hole is blocked. It's a relatively simple procedure, you can get bits of mould or debris blocking up the hole, it's quite common. Basically the water build up should drip down from the back down the drip hole onto the back of the compressor and evaporate. Yours defo sounds blocked if it's freezing up at the back. A gentle prod may fix it, or in the past I've had to pull out the whole fridge, remove the tube from the drip bowl and blow down it (like a pea shooter type thing) and watch all the gunk come flying into the fridge. Job done!
Sorry not job done. I'm not stupid I've unblocked it numerous times and within 2 weeks it's blocked again.
It's provably half blacked further down the pipe then. Pull it out and unblock it really well. Or change the tube.
Never thought of changing the tube, you think that might help? I'll have a look online and see if they sell it as a spare. Thanks.
#26
Thanks op, my daughter is moving into her first house in a couple of weeks and this saved me 60 quid.

Then also saw this:

Get £30 off any product over £299 with code HURRY30
#27
+10000 Heat, my fridge died on Friday and this has saved me a lot of bother (and a few ££££)

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