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  • Beogram 5903 Platter Issue and How to Lock Down

    I have an old 5903 I pulled out of storage this weekend. It worked perfectly when I last used it many years ago, but now when the platter spins, it sounds like it is dragging on the base in some spots. The platter isn't warped, so I have verified that. I think the height of the platter needs to be...
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by kfburrows on Sun, May 3 2015
    Filed under: beogram, turntable, 5903, Platter, Lock down, dragging
  • Beogram 6500 turntable seems to drag

    Hey everyone I just recently got my grandfather's old Beogram 6500 turntable after he passed away a couple of years ago. I had an issue with it, which I solved using this thread: I managed to fix it, but now it seems like the plate is spinning...
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by RikH on Wed, Nov 8 2017
    Filed under: 6500, Platter
  • Beogram 2200 - multiple questions (stylus replacement necessary, platter not level, wood trim)

    Dear all, here are a few facts: I have sort of inherited a Beogram 2200 from the late 70s. It had not been used for a while until I revived it this year. (But I don't actually know for how long.) I don't know whether any parts have ever been replaced. As far as I can tell it is all-original....
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Manuel on Thu, Jan 3 2019
    Filed under: beogram 2200, cartridge, Platter
  • Flywheel Problem on Beogram 3404

    Greetings, This my first post and I am extremely happy to be here. After about a million years I am finally putting together my B & O system. I have a rather nice Beogram 3404. The problem is that it may have been tweaked in shipping. The flywheel is "tipped" so that one "side"...
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by RogerL on Fri, Sep 27 2019
    Filed under: beogram, Beogram 3404, turntable, Platter, #repair, flywheel
  • Re: Flywheel Problem on Beogram 3404

    Update- Well, for those who might be interested in the solution to this problem, here's the story- I decided that I would leave the repair to the experts and took the turntable into a well-known restoration shop. It turns out that, as I suspected, the flywheel/platter had probably been wacked in...
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by RogerL on Fri, Oct 18 2019
    Filed under: beogram, 3404, Repair, Platter, flywheel
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