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Beosound 2000/century Door/cd clamp Belt

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Taylor T
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Taylor T posted on Mon, Jul 2 2012 9:39 AM

I am trying to find a diagram or instructions on how to replace the door/cd drive belt on the besound 2000 i have the speaker grill off and can see where the new belt goes just wondering if anyone had any info on the easiest way to replace it. I have an idea of how to do it but before i start thought i would see if i can get some good advice on this first.

 

Thank you for any help in advance 

Taylor T.

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joeyboygolf
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Having disengaged the lever that operates the clamper, I drive the rubber band through the mesh of the two plastic cog wheels!

Neither the rubber band or the plastic cogs are damaged.

I don't know if this is recommended by B&O 'cos it seems to be omitted from any service manual that I have read. It works for me.

No doubt someone will say it is bad practice but I am all ears for a better way that does not involve several hours of stripdown.

Regards Graham

Taylor T
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Well got my belt in and after about 30 mins of carefully and scared shaking hands turns out it is very very easy to do your self just gotta remember where everything goes i took some pics of the inside if anyone ever needs help or to see what is involved to changing the belt. Saved me $99 to change my self very happy Big Smile more money for parts for other B & O products lol

Beosystem 4500 With Beogram rx2

Beomaster & Beocord 3300

Beocenter 9000

Beosound 2000

Beolab 6000

Rl 140 & Rl 35

Beovox S75

Taylor T
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Southlake Tx
26 Posts
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joeyboygolf:

Having disengaged the lever that operates the clamper, I drive the rubber band through the mesh of the two plastic cog wheels!

Neither the rubber band or the plastic cogs are damaged.

I don't know if this is recommended by B&O 'cos it seems to be omitted from any service manual that I have read. It works for me.

No doubt someone will say it is bad practice but I am all ears for a better way that does not involve several hours of stripdown.

 

for someone reason it looked like it was going to break my belt if i did it that way or maybe my inner self wanted to strip it down for fun lol

Beosystem 4500 With Beogram rx2

Beomaster & Beocord 3300

Beocenter 9000

Beosound 2000

Beolab 6000

Rl 140 & Rl 35

Beovox S75

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