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Beocenter 9000 => Beocenter 8500

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tamtapir
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tamtapir posted on Mon, Jun 25 2018 5:18 PM

Is the glass sections on the two Beocenters in the topic interchangeably?

/Di ck

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Guy
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Guy replied on Mon, Jun 25 2018 5:35 PM

From looking at the repair manual ...

The top 'display' panels share a part number hence should be interchangeable.

The lower 'keyboard' panels have different part numbers, hence may not be interchangeable - but you may be able to swap them with limited functionality.

EDIT:  The BC9000 (and BC9500) has an additional 'Timer' function on the keyboard between 'Mute' and 'Programming' - whereas the BC8500 does not have a 'Timer'.  I would guess therefore that a BC9000 keyboard would work on a BC8500 (obviously without the timer), and that a BC8500 keyboard may well work fully on a BC9000 - you may be able to select 'timer' by simply pressing in the space.

tamtapir
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Guy:

From looking at the repair manual ...

The top 'display' panels share a part number hence should be interchangeable.

The lower 'keyboard' panels have different part numbers, hence may not be interchangeable - but you may be able to swap them with limited functionality.

EDIT:  The BC9000 (and BC9500) has an additional 'Timer' function on the keyboard between 'Mute' and 'Programming' - whereas the BC8500 does not have a 'Timer'.  I would guess therefore that a BC9000 keyboard would work on a BC8500 (obviously without the timer), and that a BC8500 keyboard may well work fully on a BC9000 - you may be able to select 'timer' by simply pressing in the space.

Thank you  precise and accurate answer!

Best Regards,

/Di ck

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