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mickoz1
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mickoz1 posted on Tue, Nov 21 2017 11:28 AM

Dear B&O Experts,

This post is a request to you if anyone can direct me to how I can source a new CD Driver for my Beosound 9000 MkII. My machine has "died" in that the CDs no longer rotate and I get the PAUSE message. I have read that this is a problem others here have posted in the past and that it is probable that the laser is finished and a new CD Driver is needed. My problem is that I have learnt from the B&O folks here in Zurich that that the replacement part is no longer made/supplied by B&O!! That now renders my Beosound 9000 pretty much useless :-(

Any suggestions where I could pick up a new CD Driver much appreciated.

Kind regards to all.

Michael

 

 

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Answered (Verified) ipaul replied on Tue, Nov 21 2017 12:05 PM
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Hi, i coincidentially see you post:)

the key question is: are you able to repair yourself ?

if you do not have the experience/skills, do not try.

either way, i may have a solution (i am n CH in December) pls send me a PM.

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Answered (Verified) ipaul replied on Tue, Nov 21 2017 12:05 PM
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Hi, i coincidentially see you post:)

the key question is: are you able to repair yourself ?

if you do not have the experience/skills, do not try.

either way, i may have a solution (i am n CH in December) pls send me a PM.

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Weebyx replied on Tue, Nov 21 2017 12:29 PM

mickoz1:

Dear B&O Experts,

This post is a request to you if anyone can direct me to how I can source a new CD Driver for my Beosound 9000 MkII. My machine has "died" in that the CDs no longer rotate and I get the PAUSE message. I have read that this is a problem others here have posted in the past and that it is probable that the laser is finished and a new CD Driver is needed. My problem is that I have learnt from the B&O folks here in Zurich that that the replacement part is no longer made/supplied by B&O!! That now renders my Beosound 9000 pretty much useless :-(

Any suggestions where I could pick up a new CD Driver much appreciated.

Kind regards to all.

Michael

Well, there should still be parts for the MK3 versions of the Beosound 9000 available. The MK2 can be upgraded with the new MK3 version. Try and ask your dealer and give them this information.

/Jacob

 

 

Weebyx
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Weebyx replied on Tue, Nov 21 2017 12:29 PM

mickoz1:

Dear B&O Experts,

This post is a request to you if anyone can direct me to how I can source a new CD Driver for my Beosound 9000 MkII. My machine has "died" in that the CDs no longer rotate and I get the PAUSE message. I have read that this is a problem others here have posted in the past and that it is probable that the laser is finished and a new CD Driver is needed. My problem is that I have learnt from the B&O folks here in Zurich that that the replacement part is no longer made/supplied by B&O!! That now renders my Beosound 9000 pretty much useless :-(

Any suggestions where I could pick up a new CD Driver much appreciated.

Kind regards to all.

Michael

 

Well, there should still be parts for the MK3 versions of the Beosound 9000 available. The MK2 can be upgraded with the new MK3 version. Try and ask your dealer and give them this information.

/Jacob

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mickoz1 replied on Tue, Nov 21 2017 12:31 PM

Thanks for this suggestion. I discussed the Mk III replacement part and the B&O folks said that it was not possible to use this replacement part as the mechanisms between the Mk II and the Mk III are different.....?

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Peter replied on Fri, Nov 24 2017 11:16 AM

Mickoz1, try at least to clean laser lens, sometimes it helps

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mickoz1 replied on Fri, Nov 24 2017 11:41 AM

Many thanks for the suggestion. How do you clean the laser lens exactly? Its in the moving arm somewhere, right? Many thanks!

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marexy replied on Fri, Nov 24 2017 12:03 PM

can you take a photo of laser that you have...

mickoz1
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Is this what you mean?  Sorry am not a techy with this stuff. Cheers

 

 


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marexy replied on Fri, Nov 24 2017 12:35 PM

mickoz1:

Is this what you mean?  Sorry am not a techy with this stuff. Cheers

 

 

 

Than it's only official B&O service best for you.

 

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