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  • Beogram 120X / Beocord Dust Cover polishing

    Dear all, fortunately, I have now received a dust cover for my BG1202. Unfortunately, it was very scratched and the B&O label was missing. A member of the forum kindly sent me a very nice label. I wrote to him that I now feel compelled to polish my cover to make it worthy of the label. He asked me...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Motorman on Mon, Mar 1 2021
    Filed under: beogram, Beogram 1200, Beogram 1202, Beogram 1203
  • Beogram 5005 - Best Adhesive for Repairing Plastic Part

    Hi everyone! New member here. Longtime B&O admirer, first time repair-er.... Recently got a Beogram 5005. One of the plastic clips that holds the larger tangential arm unit rail is broken, so the rail is unsupported and moves around. Luckily the clip was still in the case and intact, so I should...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by thegreenfury on Tue, Oct 9 2018
    Filed under: beogram, rail, arm, glue, plastic, 5005, clip
  • Isolating beogram from beocenter 7700

    Hello Beoworld members, I still have an old beocenter 7700 laying around which i'm not using because tape deck and amplifier part have died. Since the turntable part is still good I wanted to use it as a separate turntable, let's say beogram. Is there a way to rearrange the electronics so the...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Michel on Tue, Apr 29 2014
    Filed under: beogram, beocenterter 7700, electronics, solution, isolating
  • Beogram 8002 starts after 30 minutes

    Hello , have received from a customer an Beocenter 8002 to service. When I docked it in the socket nothing happened . After half an hour passed slowly to start and finally after 45 minutes it worked fine . The next day the same thing, because I had disconnected the power cord. It feels so that after...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Designed-AV on Tue, Mar 4 2014
    Filed under: beogram, Repair, Beogram 8000 8002 6002, recap, mmc3, mmc2, Mmc1, MMC, mmc4
  • Beocenter 2800 - cant stop platter on record deck spinning

    Hi Everyone, Just wondering if anyone can help me, yesterday I got myself a Beocenter for a bargin! only £40 I have plugged it in and connected it to my Beovox s35-2's and I must say it sounds great. It is fully working apart from the odd sticky stitch what I believe is common and the issue...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Lewis T on Wed, Jan 1 2014
    Filed under: wiring, Beocenter, Vintage Beomaster, tonearm, beogram, Repair, amplifiers, power switch, on/off switch, fix, rebuild, turntable, vinyl, vintage
  • Re: Beogram 1000 trouble

    I managed to get a Beogram 1001 which was sold for parts, but to my horror it had no counterweight either when it arrived :( So once again I am asking. Does anyone have a Beogram 1000 or anything else with the ST/L-15 pickup who could measure and weigh the counterweight for me?! Or if anyone has a spare...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by lax on Wed, Mar 13 2013
    Filed under: beogram, Classic Audio
  • Beogram 1203 part replacement

    Hello, I am at the moment repairing a beogram 1203 it is in beautiful optical condition and will be moved to the living room once it is 100%. I have already replaced the drive belt but the lift mechanism doesn't work. the Arm positions to the preset record size but doesn't lower itself. Upon...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by pimzel on Mon, Jun 18 2012
    Filed under: beogram, 1203, lift
  • Beogram 4002 Tonearm

    Dear Workbench, There are lots of archived discussions on problems with tonearm movement on Beogram 4000/2/4 and 6000s and it seems that freeing the seized lubricated points on the mechanism is the solution, when there is that click of the solenoid. My 4002's arm moves perfectly, senses the record...
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by PeterFrancis on Tue, May 29 2012
    Filed under: tonearm, solenoid, beogram, 4002
  • Beogram tone arm balance pin rubber bush

    I need to replace the 2 rubber bushes that the tone arm balance pin fits into. I am wondering if anybody has 2 of these they could sell me please or if by any chance there is a company that still has stock of the original parts? Thank you.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Tim Ornellas on Tue, Feb 26 2019
    Filed under: beogram
  • Input Expansion

    HEY, Does anybody know if it would be possible to create (or buy) a seven pin DIN switch box so I can expand the number of B&O inputs that can be controlled by my Beogram 3300 Thanks,
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by joetpayne on Sun, May 31 2015
    Filed under: beogram, b&o, DIN
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