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Repairs on a BG 6500

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Steffen
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Steffen Posted: Sat, Apr 21 2012 10:57 PM

I have just bought  a white BG 6500 very cheap, because the arm wasn't moving.

When I opened it, I saw why... the little 'tab' to which the wires were fixed had broke off...Super Angry

 

As far as I remember, there was a thread on this subject on the old Forum -but I didn't have the patience to try and find it...
So I looked in one of my 'junk boxes' and found a little piece of plastic with a tab:

-this one.
I don't know what it originally was made for... But it was exactly what I needed Yes - thumbs up After some cutting and fiddling around, it looked like this (above).

Then I put the tab through the hole from the underside, glued it with some epoxy super glue...

 

And -Voila!!! As good as new Big Smile Attach the wires -and it'll work for years and years again...Lets have a Party !!! Beer Beer

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Leslie replied on Sat, Apr 21 2012 11:03 PM

Very good, just tell me what you paid for it (you said cheap) including the extra costs for the epoxy and I'll add 25 euro on top. What do you think, deal?Big Smile

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Steffen replied on Sat, Apr 21 2012 11:29 PM

Leslie:

Very good, just tell me what you paid for it (you said cheap) including the extra costs for the epoxy and I'll add 25 euro on top. What do you think, deal?Big Smile

Well - I intend to use it myself...Cool

-and haven't You got enough 5500 and 6500 stuff allready..? Stick out tongueWink

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Leslie replied on Sat, Apr 21 2012 11:34 PM

You forgot the 7000'ssssssWhistle

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Steffen replied on Sat, Apr 21 2012 11:43 PM

Yeah, you're right. One can never get enough of the old BnO stuff...Big Smile

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Steffen:

I don't know what it originally was made for... But it was exactly what I needed Yes - thumbs up After some cutting and fiddling around, it looked like this (above).

Then I put the tab through the hole from the underside, glued it with some epoxy super glue...

Thats my man, not thinking in a box, but on his feet, good job SteffenYes - thumbs up

 

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