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Problem with Beolab 4000..

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MediaBobNY posted on Fri, Mar 9 2012 3:42 AM

One of my BL4000's just died.  Well, it didn't completely die - it senses an audio signal and switches from red to green when fed a source.  And I can daisychain a signal out of it to the other speaker.  But no sound comes out of it.  I've tried reversing cables/channels and played with the L-R-Line switch, all to no avail.  It also doesn't seem to make the same clicking sound that it used to when turning on/off.  It's about 10 years old.

Any ideas?  My technical skills would probably get me as far as changing a fuse, but that's about it.  Thanks in advance.

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Sounds unusual, have you tried this swapping speakers to eliminate a cable/plug problem ?The fact you can daisy chain suggests the cable is not problem - but it is the only thing I can suggest.

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Peter replied on Fri, Mar 9 2012 7:09 AM

Sounds like an internal component failure - unlikely to be a fuse - take it for service.


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