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BeoGram 2000 Record Deck (Type 524x)

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Rui Carriço
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Rui Carriço posted on Mon, Aug 31 2020 9:19 PM

I have a BeoGram 2000 since the 80's, but in the last two decades was disconnected, in my parents Livingroom, clean os dust but no-one used it.

I recovered it to my Livingroom and to connect to a Denon AVR, the stylus is in very good condition, was changed a couple of years prior to be inactivated, ad I have a spare one packed and sealed. The belt was a bit "loose" and i bought a new one and made some lubrification under the plate with Teflon Lubricant spray.

Now i want to dive in and clean the inside with some EPA e lubricate the plastic gears, and more important make a speed adjust, i think I touched the speed nob when carrying it. 

Any tips for the speed adjust and how to protect the arm and plate when I'll turn the BeoGram upside down?

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Rui Carriço
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Ok, I've managed to make all the maintenance, cleaning and lubrification.

Now I'm stuck, I using a strobe disc (50hz I'm in Europe) to tune the speed, but with the potentiometer at full the 45rpm gets perfect, but the 33 1/3 is slightly slow, how can I surpass this problem? 

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