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Beosound 9000 - låge er blevet 'træt'

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melgaa
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melgaa posted on Sun, Jun 16 2019 8:04 PM

Hej,

Min Beosound 9000 (tror det er MK I, men ikke sikker)  fungerer fint rent bortset fra at lågen er blevet 'træt'. Motoren kører og lågen bevæger sig lidt, men åbner ikke helt.

Er det muligt at finde en tekniker der kan reparere en sådan 'gammel dame'??

Tak/Jan 

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Yes, exactly this one👍🏻

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Schletti82
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Sure I can help you, but can you write in english please.

greatings Markus 

Schletti82
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Sure I can help you, but can you write in english please.

greatings Markus 

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melgaa replied on Sun, Jun 16 2019 8:56 PM

Hi Markus, the 'glass' lid has gotten 'tired'. The motor is working and the lid opens slightly, but not fully. Can you help with that?!? Krgds Jan 

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There is a small rubber belt inside which opens the lid. You have to replace that one.

do you think you can Open the 9000 yourself? Ehen it is open and you change the belt clean the mechainic itself too.

any questions,feel welcome to ask

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melgaa replied on Mon, Jun 17 2019 10:43 AM

Hi Markus, 

 

Very helpful, thanks. Should be able to open it alright. Where do you buy a new rubber band, this is a MK1 or MK2.

 

Thanks Jan 

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There is no need to buy a special one.

only a little bit smaler than the old one.

in Germany there is an Electronic Store called Conrad where i buy them

can send you the right one, or you look yourself to find one near you. Should be no problem i think 

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melgaa replied on Mon, Jun 17 2019 11:51 AM

Hi Markus, MUCH appreciated, we will get to work on it ... sounds great! Thanks/Jan

 

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Beobuddy replied on Mon, Jun 17 2019 12:02 PM

The original round belt is still available. 

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melgaa replied on Mon, Jun 17 2019 7:34 PM

Excellent, thanks.

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melgaa replied on Mon, Jun 17 2019 7:36 PM

Hi Markus,

I was a little too quick - opened the rear of the unit, yet doesn't get me to 'rubber band', any guidance/tips for a novice?!?!

Thanks/Jan

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You have to Open the front.

open the lid and led the clamper move to cd 6. during the move pull out the cabel for electricity.

now you can move the clamper free with your Hand.

remove the glas panel. now remove the Control panel.

now the right Aluminium plate you have to lift on the right side and push it to the right.

now you can remove all torx screws you can see.remove the small plastic in the middle of the Beosound.

push the clamper to the middle were you have removed the small plastic.

now you can open the the bottom.

you can now See the Mechanik and the rubber belt on the left side.

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melgaa replied on Tue, Jun 18 2019 6:53 AM

Wow, so happy I asked, would never have figured out. THANKS! Krgds Jan 

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melgaa replied on Tue, Jun 18 2019 6:53 AM

Wow, so happy I asked, would never have figured out. THANKS! Krgds Jan 

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Have you done the Job? Or do you need further Informationen?

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