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Leaning towers of Beolab

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waverider55
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waverider55 posted on Tue, Jul 18 2017 6:18 PM

I have a pair of 8000 which I just moved out of storage.... incorrectly.   That is,  I do not have original packing, and I moved them - carefully I thought - laying on padded surfaces on their backs but the bolts that connect to the bases bent slightly.   Is there already a thread in which this topic had been addressed?   I can't be the first person to deal with this problem.

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9 LEE
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Answered (Not Verified) 9 LEE replied on Tue, Jul 18 2017 11:33 PM
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Just stand them up, and very gently (and slowly) bend them back again..  As long as you're not rough with them you'll be fine.

FYI, I've done this many times over the last 13 years! Yes - thumbs up

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Jeff replied on Wed, Jul 19 2017 4:56 PM

What Lee said, I've done the same thing. I took them apart to move them to our new house, and noticed they were not straight, so I slowly and carefully bent them back straight,or straight-ish. I finally had to stop looking too carefully at them as I had them very close to perfect but was getting a bad case of OCD about it. Surprise

Jeff

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