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Sal
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Sal posted on Mon, Jan 26 2015 4:30 AM

Hello,

I figure this has an easy answer, what does the following step in the installation instructions mean? I'm sure it would be obvious if I had the stand in real life, but right now, my curiosity is piqued.

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The easel stand has a compartment for the two weights pictured (the are heavy as ****!!). The picture shows how the weights must fit in the compartment.

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I hope whoever drew that diagram will never move to Ikea Confused

Now I can't get any peace either!

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The easel stand has a compartment for the two weights pictured (the are heavy as ****!!). The picture shows how the weights must fit in the compartment.

BeoVision Eclipse 55, BeoPlay S8 (sub+rears), BeoPlay A9 MKII (living room), BeoVision Avant 32 DVD (retro gaming, basement), BeoLab 4000 (entertainment room, basement), BeoSound 8 (workshop), 2x BeoPlay S3 (PC), BeoPlay A1, BeoPlay H2/H3 (on the go)

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Sal replied on Mon, Jan 26 2015 2:38 PM

Thank you! That makes perfect sense.

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moxxey replied on Thu, Mar 26 2020 11:29 AM

Sorry for dragging up an old thread, but I've just (finally!) found a BV11-40 easel stand to take my BV11-40 off the wall and on to the floor. I had dealers offering one for £400, but this was too much for an old TV, so managed to find one for £80, pre-loved.

Problem is....no instructions. Anyone have the instructions for the BV11-40/46 easel stand installation?

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maybe this is helpful ...

 

https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/27897/220342.aspx

 

good luck


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moxxey replied on Thu, Mar 26 2020 6:00 PM

Beozip:

maybe this is helpful ...

Thanks. I think my kit doesn't have the screws, which is slightly concerning!

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moxxey:

Thanks. I think my kit doesn't have the screws, which is slightly concerning!

I bought an easel stand from a B&O store (floor model) but it didn’t come with screws either and then they closed so I never set it up on my BV 14. I even have a brand new wall bracket too but that’s in a box and I’m yet to hang it on the wall,

Someone told me you can get two compatible screws from the hardware

Does anyone have the dimensions of those screws?
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RaMaBo replied on Fri, Mar 27 2020 11:37 AM

Hi,

 

the required screws are  6 x 20mm according to the Service Manual. And B&O being an enterprise settled in the metric 'universe' i'm quite sure it's a M6 x 20 screw Smile

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moxxey replied on Fri, Mar 27 2020 3:12 PM

RaMaBo:

the required screws are  6 x 20mm according to the Service Manual. And B&O being an enterprise settled in the metric 'universe' i'm quite sure it's a M6 x 20 screw Smile

6 screws? I thought there was only 2! 

I guess these would do the trick? https://www.accu.co.uk/en/cap-head-screws/3869-SSCF-M6-20-A2?

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RaMaBo replied on Fri, Mar 27 2020 3:35 PM

No only two are needed.

They are described as M6 x 20, M stands for metric, 6 (mm)  for the diameter of the thread and 20 (mm) for the length of the threaded shaft.

 

Those screws you sent the link for should do it quite well SmileThumbs Up

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moxxey replied on Fri, Mar 27 2020 3:47 PM

RaMaBo:

Those screws you sent the link for should do it quite well SmileThumbs Up

They had a min order of 100 Big Smile

I found some on Amazon though - ordered! Thanks for your help. Will let you know how I get on once the new stand arrives next week.

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I’m looking forward to see how it goes Moxxey as I will need to buy those screws at a point in time too
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moxxey replied on Sat, Mar 28 2020 12:56 PM

Aussie Michael:
I’m looking forward to see how it goes Moxxey as I will need to buy those screws at a point in time too

Will let you know by next weekend!

I did have a BV11-55 on an easel stand a few years ago. Wasn't too hard to construct, from what I remember.

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