I have one BeoLab 8000 (serial 1177 xxxx) that worked perfectly until recently.
All of a sudden it did not power up any more. The red LED stays off/black, no sound coming from the speakers anymore.
This BeoLab has been cleaned from old foam and visually looks perfect on the PCB and components, new foam has been installed before I got them.
I checked the connectivity of the traces on the PSU PCB, as I have experienced before that they have been damaged by foam rot. But these traces measure positive on continuity.
Instead of powering via the standard power cord and the C7 connector on the foot of the BeoLab, I removed the PSU/AMP block and connected 230v directly to the white 230v connector on the PSU PCB. When doing that I noticed that the relay makes a clicking sound, so it does power up this way.
By the way, I am not using PowerLink, my audio source is connected via the RCA in the foot.
Does anyone recognize this situation and has a recommendation?
This topic was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by KolfMAKER. Reason: Added test situation
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