This is not unusual.
It’s normal for your oven to produce some smoke while cooking. Here are the most common reasons why this happens.
Residue from the manufacturing process
Some parts of your oven may carry oily or protective residue from the manufacturing processes. It’s perfectly normal for your oven to give off smoke during its first use as these materials are burned away.
It’s typical for fat and grease to drip down onto the heating element when food is cooked in the oven. Grease may also evaporate from foods and stick to the ceiling or walls of the oven. When the grill or oven is next turned on, this grease build-up will burn, producing smoke and an acrid smell.
Cleaning agent residue
Another common reason for your oven to smoke is cleaning agent residue left on its inner surfaces.
Many Beko ovens feature pyrolytic self-cleaning, which increases the inner temperature of your oven up to 500oC and burns all food debris and splatters to ash. You can then remove this ash from the bottom of your oven. Pyrolytic self-cleaning is effective on all the surfaces and parts of an oven, including the shelves and the front door, and reduces the need to use cleaning agents.
All Beko ovens are also equipped with catalytic panels on the back and side walls which absorb grease, eliminating the need for abrasive cleaning chemicals on the inside of the oven.
If cleaning doesn’t help and the smoke produced is very heavy, turn your appliance off immediately and contact an authorised service agent.