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Disc drive support rubber repair kit for Beogram CD5500 CD6500 CD7000

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Dillen
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Dillen Posted: Tue, Jun 13 2017 7:12 PM

 

***** SOLD OUT *****
If demand is high, I will consider another batch. 

 

In Beogram CD 5500, CD 6500 and CD 7000, the laser disc drive is supported by four rubber parts with
the purpose of dampening vibrations from the surroundings.

These rubber parts are known to crack and break with age, leaving the player more or less useless.

A very typical symptom of bad suspension parts is when the disc begins to scrape on the
tray (disc drawer) when rotating.
When you open and inspect the deck you will find the rubber parts have cracked and the disc drive
will have sagged down.
In severe cases the drive can be found standing directly metal on metal, practically rattling around
with no suspension at all.

This repair kit contains a set of new rubber parts and mounting hardware (special nuts and
bolts) needed to fit them.

Basic electronic skills and tools are required to replace the parts.
Working carefully any fair-skilled DIY'er will also be able to replace the parts.

The kit contains what you can see in the photo.
Price EUR 14 incl. postage (worldwide).

PM or email me.

Martin

Stu Mackiernan
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Hi Martin,

 

Do you have any available now or planning to make available?  Stuart

Dillen
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Dillen replied on Mon, Nov 19 2018 2:53 PM

None available at present.
I am currently working on other parts, but still considering a new batch of these.

Martin

Stu Mackiernan
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Please let me know if you do make another batch as I would like to replace when I do the belt.

Stuart

mackiernan@aol.com

 

Beocd
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Beocd replied on Sun, Feb 10 2019 8:01 PM

Indeed, my 5500 CD player started to scratch and it comes down to cracked suspension rubber.

I decided to look closer and once I flipped over the mechanism, I realised that the rubbers are pinned to the swing arm part, see picture below (towards the top, middle). So, what is the most gentle way of removing this? Now I realise why the above mentioned kit comes with screws.

Bill Briscoe
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Hi Dillen,

I would like a set if you do another batch.

Regards,

Bill

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