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Beogram 1000 Mexico

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Søren Mexico
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I used our dining room for the restore, now the FS wants me to clean it, I tried to convince her that we could dine in the kitchen with the guests arriving tonight, but no such luck. I dont understand women, this would be a good occasion to show our guests how I work

Our guest room was occupied when I started, it is normally also my electronic work shop.

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Piaf replied on Fri, Apr 17 2015 4:35 PM

I don’t know what your FS is complaining about, that Beogram 1000 looks like a wonderful focus point for the evening’s conversation to me.

 

OK sure, gather the tools a bit together to make more room for the dinner plates and you are all set for a stimulating evening.

 

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The missing pics back

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You were right the 1st time, concerning the brake....I always thought it was only a friction brake, but when I saw these images it became clear it is a magnetic break. The disc with the felt pad pushes the magnets towards the motor and slows it down...great tecnology! Mine has no wire or spring right now...the fixation on the pitch dial is loose, as it goes round and round, so it won´t be able to pull the string....any ideas on hoe to fix this? thanks

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You were right the 1st time, concerning the brake....I always thought it was only a friction brake, but when I saw these images it became clear it is a magnetic break. The disc with the felt pad pushes the magnets towards the motor and slows it down...great tecnology! Mine has no wire or spring right now...the fixation on the pitch dial is loose, as it goes round and round, so it won´t be able to pull the string....any ideas on hoe to fix this? thanks

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Stampe replied on Tue, Dec 4 2018 12:00 PM

Hey Søren

I'm a new member, since i got me a Beogram 3000, type5228, and i'm trying to make it run precisely in speed. This little felt on the copper-nail, that lifts the wheel (your red arrow) does it also work as a part of what controls the speed, since it can be adjusted and trhereby graduates the hight in which the big wheel connects to the conic brass-thing on the motor ???

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Stampe replied on Tue, Dec 4 2018 12:15 PM

Hey Søren - another reply on the same object: did it work with epoxy/fiber washer (hvad betyder iøvrigt "fiber wasker" ?)

Mvh. Niels

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I repaired with a piece of hard plastic, a fiber washer er en spændeskive lavet af presset kunstfiber eller noget i den retning. the arm is used for fine speed adjustments on later models, the BM 1000 fine adjustment is done directly at the motor

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Stampe replied on Thu, Dec 6 2018 2:45 PM

Hey again - thank you very much.

I think im lucky that my fiberwasher is intact - don't you agree ?

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Stampe replied on Thu, Dec 6 2018 2:46 PM

Dårh - photo didn't work 😒

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Stampe replied on Thu, Dec 6 2018 3:05 PM

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Stampe replied on Thu, Dec 6 2018 3:05 PM

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Søren Mexico
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The original "fiber washer" is actually a felt pad, the glue and the felt pad deteriorate with use and years, Martin recommend a fiber washer I used a piece of plastic

upload your photos to your files here on the forum and then post them where appropriate  

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Dillen replied on Thu, Dec 6 2018 10:12 PM

I have used a small piece of thin teflon sheet for the last many decks, I have repaired.
Just glued over the hole in the metal tongue - on what will be the upwards facing side of the tongue when put together and fitted.

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Dillen:

I have used a small piece of thin teflon sheet for the last many decks, I have repaired.
Just glued over the hole in the metal tongue - on what will be the upwards facing side of the tongue when put together and fitted.

Martin

I am sure B&O would have done the same if they have had Teflon at the time Thumbs Up

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