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  • Beogram 1102 refurb - how to remove flywheel?

    Hi everyone, I know this might seem like a very basic question but how do you remove the flywheel on a Beogram 1102? I've removed the platter but can't seem to lift the flywheel off and wondered if there are any fixings I need to remove first? I'm very new to all this so you'l have to...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by richardbell81 on Tue, Feb 12 2013
    Filed under: repair, 1102, beogram, refurb, spares
  • Two defective Beomaster 1900s

    Hi there, first post here! A while ago I have bought myself a Beomaster 1900. Having not tested it myself I found that when it arrived it was, of course, broken (looking at this forum this happens more often :). Originally the left speaker channel didn't work, and most of the lamps were out. Upon...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Mkickert on Tue, Feb 26 2013
    Filed under: beomaster 1900, repair, failure, vintage, beomaster., Hum, refurb, broken
  • Beacom 2000 in Beautiful Red from 1986 needs help. . .

    I own many B+O speakers but as far as phones I am an Iphone 5 guy. Last week my friend gave me his original Beacom 2000 in red, I love it! I want to be able to plug it in and have it as a standard land line here in the US. I like the idea of in an emergency I have a none battery phone. One problem is...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by seanriva on Thu, Apr 11 2013
    Filed under: help, 80s, refurb
  • Beocenter 4000 type 1603 - Volume slider help

    Hi Guys, Just wondering if anyone can help me I have got a fully working Beocenter 4000 but the volume slider has got it self in a mess and its come un attached inside and now has come off the machine so have to way to adjust the volume. The slider kept slipping now and would get stuck at 5 out of 12...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by Lewis T on Thu, Nov 13 2014
    Filed under: repair, help, Beocenter, failure, problem, vintage, 70s, service menu, becenter, refurb, spares, Classic Audio, belt, volume problem, volume, amp, amplifier, vintage., beocenter 4000, repair dented dome, controls
  • S75, The worst crossover I've found

    Hello everyone, I purchased a pair of S75's about six months ago and have more than happy with them. Upon further inspection however, I noticed that one of the midrange speakers was not working. Set up with a 5.1 system it was difficult to hear the absence unless you were close to the speaker so...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by andyjsegal on Sun, Apr 12 2015
    Filed under: repair, help, failure, vintage, S75, refurb, Classic Audio, faulty, beovox s75, crossover, caps, fix, diy
  • Beomaster/Beocord 6000 and Beogram 6002 Refurbishing Project

    Hello folks, Acquired the above-mentioned stereo equipment and am trying to troubleshoot a few issues: 1) Beomaster 6000 - Volume stuck at 25... Volume controls are not responding whatsoever... Opened up the box and suspect the volume control motor may be burned out (Belt and string look good... can...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by TexasFischer on Tue, Mar 14 2017
    Filed under: repair, beogram, refurb, belt, volume problem, beomaster, phono problem, Beocord, motor, potentiometer, Beocord 6000, Beogram 6002, Beomasterer 6000
  • Beogram 3400

    Truly a piece of technological art is my treasured Beogram 3400 purchased new in 1978. After many years of handling with "kid gloves" a mover mishandled the unit resulting in damage. The back hinge (similar to a piano hinge) of the dust cover was cracked and is now disconnected from the unit...
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by JChrisC on Mon, Jun 26 2017
    Filed under: cartridge, repair, vintage, Cartridge Vinage, stylus, refurb, cover, phono problem, plexiglass
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