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Where to find a Beko extended warranty

If you’ve just invested in a Beko washing machine, fridge-freezer, dishwasher or any other home appliance, you might be interested in protecting it with a Beko extended warranty. Although most whitegoods are really reliable nowadays and tend to look out dated before they actually give up the ghost, you can never be too careful

Free guarantee

All Beko products come with a free manufacturer's guarantee against faults and breakdowns which gives you a lot of peace of mind. To get the guarantee in place you have to register your product with the manufacturer either through their website or by calling the telephone number provided.

Existing warranty

The standard warranty on Beko products lasts for 12 months. Although that’s pretty good for covering any manufacturing faults, it doesn’t give you a lot of peace of mind. Most people would reasonably expect multiple years of use from a dishwasher, washing machine or freezer because they invest a lot of money. Unfortunately, if the machine develops a fault after the 1st year, you’re not covered unless you’ve taken out a Beko extended warranty.

Extended warranty

You don’t need to go direct to the manufacturer to get a warranty for your Beko product. You could look for one at a site like warrantydirect.co.uk. Although most of their advertising on TV suggests that they’re car warranty specialists, they also have extended warranties for household appliances. If you have appliances from several different manufacturers, this could be the best way of getting them covered under one warranty. A warranty to cover 3 household appliances, which could be a dishwasher, fridge and washing machine, could be as little as £15 a month.

Warranty

A Beko extended warranty is supposed to give you peace of mind, so make sure you take out one that covers the cost of repair, including call-out charges, and replaces your appliance like-for-like. There’s no point having a warranty that doesn’t protect you from the full cost of repair and replacement, so read the small print before parting with your cash.

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