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Bad linkeye at Beolink passive/ ML-MCL conv

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Master123456789
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Master123456789 posted on Sat, Mar 11 2017 10:16 AM

Hello

I have two beolink passive, the one is called Beolink Passive, the other one ML/MCL converter.

The beolink passive linkeye is very good, but the linkeye at ML/MCL is very bad. It only works when I point the remote direct into it. What is wrong? Is it the linkeye or the software?

 

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TWG replied on Tue, Mar 14 2017 10:01 AM

Did you try to switch both ir eyes to check if the behaviour is the same on each unit? Did you install it yourself, maybe wrong soldering?

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Guy replied on Tue, Mar 14 2017 10:12 AM

Two other possibilities - both long-shots but worth checking:

- Is there dirt on the inside (or even outside) of the IR window on the faulty sensor?

- Is there a plasma TV in the same room as the faulty one - this has been known to cause interference with older IR eyes?

Master123456789
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The bad linkeye is completely new, but I will try to switch them and see what will happen then! ;-)

Master123456789
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And no plasma tv. ;-)

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TWG replied on Wed, Mar 15 2017 9:27 AM

Where did you buy it? Is your ML/MCL installed permanently? If not, take it to your dealer with the bad eye and he should test it. Maybe it's not compatible, wrong type or s.th. like this?!

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I do not buy anything from new. If it was a dealer I had called him immediately! ;-) And yes it is installed permanently - my things have to look nice! :) 

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TWG replied on Fri, Mar 17 2017 8:55 AM

Okay, than you have to do some work ;-)

- start with switching the Beolink eyes
- check the wiring
for example: http://archivedforum.beoworld.org/forums/t/35053.aspx

Here are many threads on the forum helping about wiring. Please use the search function.

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