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Re-fiting the top plate

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RogerGustavsson
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RogerGustavsson posted on Sun, Oct 21 2018 4:20 PM

I have a problem with re-fiting the top plate on my Beogram 6000. One of the supporting pins is too high. I have not done anything to the deck except removed the top plate. What is the right procedure?

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Regards

Roger

 

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Jim Carr
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The top plate on my 4002 has always been touchy to get in place. I mostly find I have to move the sliding front a little until it drops in. I would not try to change any of the pins. One of mine looked bent so I straightened it a little and the plate would not go on. It turned out it was bent at the factory to fit.

RogerGustavsson
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I finally got it in place. Some violence helped... Another problem arised, the sliding cover does not hold on one side. As it will go into storage, I will not bother now.

 

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