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Beogram 3000 5228 freewheel pull problem :(

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Frenchie posted on Fri, Aug 30 2019 9:11 AM

Good morning, everyone!

 I'm French, I use a translator so if you don't understand, tell me!

Again on this forum, after hours spent searching on this forum, then on the net and then hours trying solutions to position the tie rod that stretches the freewheel on the axis of the drive motor.

Indeed, I bought this famous turntable and I noticed that this tie rod was dislocated from its holes....

I put pictures of the device on you, I really looked for 4:00 on the board to find the location, there is an eyelet on the side of the on/off button, so I think that's where it goes, but on the other side, even looking at the splits I could find I don't understand where it can go.

On the attached picture it is on one of the two holes of the arm that holds the freewheel or places the belt, but it turns out that in this position the pull is too long, we see on the picture that it is curved!

So if you have an idea of the precise positioning please enlighten me...

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Dillen replied on Fri, Aug 30 2019 2:35 PM

There are two basic versions of this deck (click photos for details);

(These photos are of Beocenter 3500s, but basically the same deck as beogram 3000)

Martin

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Ha okay, thanks for your help Martin ! Thumbs Up
I'm going to dismantle again to see and compare to your pictures....

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Perfect, thanks again, it's not quite the same model as your pictures but I managed to find and mount this arm...

 

And if it is not the rubberized wheel that comes against the motor shaft in a small flat spot, how to repair it or find the part ?

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Yes that's right, thank you! I already bought the belt, I'm going to buy the idler wheel !

Frenchie
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Hello !

I received the wheel, very well, but now I have another problem:
you can see on the picture that in the hole shown by the arrow, there was something, and this material turned to dust when I dismantled it !
How do we fix this ?

Would self-retracting sheathing be a solution?


Thank you for your help !

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