Whether you’ve recently purchased a Beko fridge freezer, or you’ve owned one for several years, you’ll need to know how to change its temperature to keep your food perfectly fresh or frozen every day. We’ve put together this handy how-to guide to help you find out how to change the temperature in your fridge freezer.

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13 thoughts on “Product Support: How to change the temperature in your fridge freezer | Beko

  1. K says:

    Why would 5 be the coldest . When we think of a fridge temperature 'cold' we go down the temperature thermometer to the coldest. I have made this mistake so many times and my freezer starts defrosting

  2. Claire Elizabeth says:

    It's very confusing that fridges are recommended to run at aroun 5 degrees centigrade and that this dial runs from 1-5. I assumed the numbers stood for degrees centigrade in the fridge, so that 1 would be coolest, when in fact it's warmest setting. Backwards logic!

  3. Alaa says:

    Misleading video!
    1:07 She says "the minimal temperature is suitable for colder months"! That's wrong! She should say "the MAXIMUM temperature" or "the minimal SETTING".
    I came here to figure out whether high setting means high temperature or low temperature, but you seem to be confused yourself 🤦‍♂️ smh

  4. Oskar Dumanski says:

    After 18 months it stopped working. I replaced the thermostat and it did not help. When is on I can hear the pump is working but the fridge cannot cool. I would say the control board should be replaced now but it looks like this device has nothing like this or there is no access to that.
    I booked professionals to repair that and I got the answer there is no engineer for this reference (CSG1571W).
    In general when you change the hinge side or when you replace the thermostat you have no chance to do that with no permanent traces of your operations.
    So it looks like it is a very poor design and not better quality. I will dispose it and I WILL NEVER EVER BUY ANYTHING MADE BY BEKO.

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