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the_o_master
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the_o_master Posted: Sun, Mar 19 2017 1:28 PM

Some time ago I bought a convolute of Beolit radios for spare parts. I used it to finish few of restorations of my nice Beolits. Now I am finished and I do not need those parts anymore. I made few pictures today and you can look to them, if you can find anything for you. If you need detailed pictures, please write me back.

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Ben_S replied on Sun, Mar 19 2017 1:44 PM
Have you got any of the grey pegs which go in the bottom of the plate? (Where the screws are here)

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Hi Ben,

yes I got few grey pegs too but I used them all for my Beolits. There is only one more grey peg and 20-25 of the black ones (they have same dimensions but different color)...

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Stonk replied on Mon, Mar 20 2017 11:24 AM

Ohh, do you have of the ferrite rod plastic clips that support the rod? I have a radio with a floppy ferrite rod. I think they may be identical but I'm missing the one on the left.

Thank you!

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Hi,

thanks for your interest. I am not sure which part you are looking for exactly. For which Beolit model is it? Do you have maybe a picture or even better the part number from service manual?

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Stonk replied on Tue, Mar 21 2017 9:51 AM

Thank you Theomaster.

It is the 70's Beolit 700. Item No. 64 Part number 3152052

I also have a few others like the 707 with the usual missing volume & tone sliders so if by chance you have any of those too.

 

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Steve

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Mark replied on Wed, Mar 22 2017 1:42 PM

Do you have an extendible antenna, the one that extends out the top of the case. If so, I'd love to give it a good home.

Mark

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Stonk:

Thank you Theomaster.

It is the 70's Beolit 700. Item No. 64 Part number 3152052

I also have a few others like the 707 with the usual missing volume & tone sliders so if by chance you have any of those too.

 

Many thanks,

Steve

Hi Steve,

I finaly found some time to look to the parts. Yes, I have few of those ferrite rod plastic clip. See pictures, are you looking for those?

 

I found also few of those volume & tone sliders but they are all either broken or already repaired :-(

 

Anyhow I can send them to you and you can try to use them...

Best regards / Theomaster

 

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Mark:

Do you have an extendible antenna, the one that extends out the top of the case. If so, I'd love to give it a good home.

Mark

Hi Mark,

no, unfortunately I do not have antennas anymore Sad

BR / Theomaster

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Stonk replied on Mon, Mar 27 2017 10:47 AM

Brilliant, thank you. I'll send a PM.Smile

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