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Dillen
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Dillen posted on Tue, Jan 23 2018 4:32 PM

Beogram type 59xx with carriage stuck midways and platter blocked due to a distorted plastic arm
under the rearmost cam wheel.
I know we had a thread about this in a a not too distant past, and someone even posted a photo of
the arm in question - but I cannot find the thread.
Can someone point me to it?

Martin 

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Weebyx replied on Tue, Jan 23 2018 8:07 PM

Dillen:

Beogram type 59xx with carriage stuck midways and platter blocked due to a distorted plastic arm
under the rearmost cam wheel.
I know we had a thread about this in a a not too distant past, and someone even posted a photo of
the arm in question - but I cannot find the thread.
Can someone point me to it?

Martin 

Is the 59xx the "same" as the 6500/7000 decks ? I have just had a 7000 with stuck carriage and platter exactly like this.

I just lifted the (big) gear wheels(loosened the plastic holders) and I could get the arm back on track again. It somehow was out of its groove. The gears was self aligning after put back in, but I was a bit nervous about doing it, It was no problem at all :)

/Jacob

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Dillen replied on Tue, Jan 23 2018 8:20 PM

Thanks Jacob.
Yes, Beogram 6500/7000 are also type 59xx.
I know the reason and the cure for the problem - I just need to find the thread.  Geeked

Martin

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Dillen replied on Wed, Jan 24 2018 6:35 AM

Thanks guys,
- but no.
I remember the arm in question was visible in the photo.

Martin

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milva1 replied on Wed, Jan 24 2018 11:51 AM

http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/16657/144662.aspx#144662

 

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Dillen replied on Wed, Jan 24 2018 12:40 PM

Thanks Milton,
But not that one either.
The area and arm in question is not visible in that photo at all.

Martin

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milva1 replied on Wed, Jan 24 2018 12:53 PM

Not even when you unfold the picture?

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Dillen replied on Wed, Jan 24 2018 2:07 PM

No.
The arm in question sits under the rearmost cam wheel that's outside the upper left side of the photo, - under other parts that would
need removing to see it.

The photo is not what I am looking for - I can take a similar photo myself.
I am looking for the thread. Geeked

Martin 

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milva1 replied on Wed, Jan 24 2018 4:57 PM

Right Martin I think it won't be too difficult for you to find. Btw since these are my first posts, greetings to all the members of this wonderful b&o community! 

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