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frog posted on Thu, May 23 2013 6:00 PM

Hi,

 

Haven't been able to find out easily on the net - but do you know whether the motorised floor stand for the Beovision 10 40 would also work with the Beosystem 10 46?

 

Thanks in advance

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Keith Saunders
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The floor stand for the BeoVision 10-40 and 10-46 use the same Type 4666 stand

Regards Keith....

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frog replied on Thu, May 23 2013 6:29 PM

Thanks for the prompt answer!

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frog replied on Tue, May 28 2013 1:06 PM

Well I bought the stand, installed it but it doesn't move (well it sort of rocks). I suspect there is some form of transport screw on the stand, but the instructions don't mention it. Any idea where it is?

 

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Opman replied on Tue, May 28 2013 2:17 PM

There is no transit screw in the stand as it is delivered flat packed from the factory and assembled on site. First thing, did you power off the TV before plugging the stand cable into the back of the TV?

On first time connection, the software in the TV will detect that it is fitted with a motorised stand and go into a calibration set up. This allows you to set the maximum amount of rotation to he left and then to the right. Once this is done the stand can be programmed with preferred placements as required.

Hope that helps.

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Opman replied on Tue, May 28 2013 2:17 PM

There is no transit screw in the stand as it is delivered flat packed from the factory and assembled on site. First thing, did you power off the TV before plugging the stand cable into the back of the TV?

On first time connection, the software in the TV will detect that it is fitted with a motorised stand and go into a calibration set up. This allows you to set the maximum amount of rotation to he left and then to the right. Once this is done the stand can be programmed with preferred placements as required.

Hope that helps.

Opman

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frog replied on Tue, May 28 2013 2:42 PM

Thanks for the ideas - I factory resetted the TV with the stand connected and it still is not moving. 

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frog replied on Tue, May 28 2013 4:45 PM

Argh - my fault. One of the screw threads on the stand wasn't machined deep enough for the screw, so used a shorter machine screw and all is fine now. Thanks

 

One issue I wasn't aware of is that it is ESSENTIAL that the TV isn't switched on when connecting the stand cable - apparently it can blow a fuse inside the tv!

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