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Quick Question! Beogram 8000 tonearm movement....

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Zack McCormley
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Zack McCormley posted on Tue, Feb 28 2017 6:17 PM

Hello,

My 8000 has fallen off track. I see the little white connector on the track.

I'm not able to find the issue in the service manual. 

I'm new here, and can't figure out how to post pics.... I suspect that someone will see the issue be able to help out.

 

Thanks! 

 

 

 

 

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Dillen
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Dillen replied on Fri, Mar 3 2017 11:56 AM

The "white connector"... is that the bushing on the threaded rod you can see?
If so, it will probably have lost two of its "shoulders", allowing the carriage to move away from it.
(Typical transport damage).

Martin

Zack McCormley
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Hi Martin,

Yes,  the "white connector" ..... "Bushing of the treated rod" That is what I'm seeing. 

Do you have a photo of it shoulders? Or any ideas where I could source them?

-Zack

 

Dillen
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It's part of the bushing that has broken off.
It will most likely be intact at one end but not at the other.

Martin

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