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oliverst
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oliverst Posted: Fri, Jun 6 2014 11:48 AM

I recently bought a BeoMaster 2400 and it of course demanded some care and attention - I thought I'd  share some photos I took along the way.

 

BeoMaster 2400 PCB

 

BeoMaster 2400 Volume

 

 

 

Assembly of BeoMaster 2400

 

BeoMaster 2400 Removed Electrolytics

 

BeoMaster 2400 Replaced Capacitors and LDR Volume Control

 

Dave Farr
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Dave Farr replied on Fri, Jun 6 2014 11:59 AM

Welcome to Beoworld and thanks for the nicely presented restoration project.  Useful reference for future use and nice Blog page.

Enjoy your 2400.

Dave.

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Dillen replied on Fri, Jun 6 2014 12:05 PM

Welcome to Beoworld!

Nice work

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bob
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bob replied on Tue, Oct 7 2014 11:18 PM

Great info ! im waiting for my 1900 to arrive.

bob

Søren Mexico
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Nice pic of all the caps, The 2400 was one of my first Beomasters that I "did" I have a box with all the old caps that I changed in the BM 2400 and several more. But never thought about, lining them up like that. We are now waiting for the BM 1900 pics.

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