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LewHand
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LewHand posted on Fri, May 17 2013 3:52 PM

Hello guys new to the forum

 

I have a Beosound 9000 which has been sitting there for the past 2 years and decided to start using it again. However I found that I put the CD in a slot, I could select the player to move to and mount. When I press play the CD will only move about 5 to 6mm and the display would only read the CD Number and 00:00.

After looking through the internet I found that it is a common problem that the lasers fail so I have now replaced it but it is still exactly the same.

 

Any ideas about what else I could try?

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Ingo
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Ingo replied on Fri, May 17 2013 11:31 PM

 

I think the laser is not the problem, the complete cd-drive needs to be replacedWink

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Ingo:

 

I think the laser is not the problem, the complete cd-drive needs to be replacedWink

Ingo

 

I agree. You need to obtain the correct CD mechanism kit for your particular model from your B&O dealer. Worked every time for me!

Regards Graham

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There's the laser diode, the laser suspension (which goes out a lot on the VAM1250) and what B&O call the "turntable motor". All of these are points of failure so it all comes as a kit.

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Thanks for the replies, I have only just seen this now as I didn't get an email notification for some reason. I have been trying to source the CD mechanism from the internet rather than straight to B&O but having no luck.

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

 

Thanks in advance.

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Your only option is direct from B&O as they are not a standard Philips part. They were produced specifically for B&O and the kit you want will depend on your model and serial number.

Try your local service centre.

Regards Graham

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conlie replied on Wed, May 22 2013 2:01 AM

Just to let you know I have the same problem.  I had not used my 9000 for about 3 years.  CD 5 doesn't play at all and the others play when they feel like it.   The system is quite noisy as well.  I spoke to the service agent.  He explained that the lasers have a life of anywhere between 3 and 5 years and not using the system has the same wear and tear as using the system.

You may need to replace the laser system or CD drive (not sure of the correct terms) as suggested on the other posts.  In Australia this costs about $500

 

Hope this helps

 

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Hello all

I just bought through eBay Beosound 9000 MK1.
I have to say that the seller failed to disclose that a lot of things that were wrong.
Among other things, cd player does not work.
It is placed in the rightmost position.
I can not put on the CD, and when I press the play appears CD1 and 00:00
After a few seconds, pause.
Original mechanism VAM 1205.
As I researched the possible change in the mechanism of laser-laser meanizem 12.04 and  CDM12.10  because the name of the same motor as  1205.
VAM 1205 laser processor has also TDA1302T  as CDM 12.4
VAM 1205 has the same brusless motor as the CDM 12.10

Please advise.

I am not in position to pay 300€ for new upgrade...realy to much topay!! :(

 

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marexy
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works or not ?Indifferent

anyone done it? ..with ebay CDM ..

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conlie:

Just to let you know I have the same problem.  I had not used my 9000 for about 3 years.  CD 5 doesn't play at all and the others play when they feel like it.   The system is quite noisy as well.  I spoke to the service agent.  He explained that the lasers have a life of anywhere between 3 and 5 years and not using the system has the same wear and tear as using the system.

Is this really true, what a piece of sh*t if that's so... I have not got that impression of the Beosound 9000 though...

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DoubleU
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Right, the laser that waits in stock for you, is wearing and tearing as we speak... 

marexy
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so..

one more time ..plase let me know if anyone solve problem with aftermarket CDM  on Ebay?

I know B&O is a complex device but it is not NASA device.

 

Please help...realy want to repair my BS 9000 MK1

 

 

 

marexy
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Can't belive that you have no experiance with repairing low budget way.

 

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LewHand:

 

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

 

 

 a good (re)seller on german ebay has one for sale: LINK

 

EDIT: Sorry, just MKII/MKIII, just noticed you got a MKI..

 

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