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Beomaster 3300 (type 2952)

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Struer
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Struer Posted: Wed, Sep 30 2020 12:46 PM

Bad Beo week 2...

HI all on top of bad luck with my back up Beomaster projects my Beomaster 3300 (type 2952) is now not functioning properly. ( my everyday Beomaster 3000 (type 2932) is also out of action.

The 3300 switched on normally and on re plugging it in it clicked straight off. A while later it functioned, played a record through Beogram 2000 (type 5821) the record finished and sometime later the 3300 went into standby with a thump though one speaker. Since then it flicks straight into standby and does not stay on.
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Dillen replied on Wed, Sep 30 2020 1:59 PM

Could be one or more bad capacitors in the power supply or a bad rectifier.
A bad output hybrid IC can also cause this.

Martin 

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Beowulf replied on Fri, Oct 2 2020 9:10 PM

Ironically I have precisely the same issue, fortunately I have a Beomaster 3300 in reserve, I will get it serviced though. :)

Thanks for the information Dillen.

 

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Beowulf replied on Fri, Oct 2 2020 9:11 PM

Ironically I have precisely the same issue, fortunately I have a Beomaster 3300 in reserve, I will get it serviced though. :)

Thanks for the information Dillen.

 

Struer
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Thanks for the advice
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On starting the amp today cold it worked briefly.

So I guess the fault is permanent if intermittent
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