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    Pindsen
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      • Denmark
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      Hi,
      How to disassemble the front of a Beomaster 4400?
      In the two sides an undersunk screw can be removed but that does not loosen the upper front with the sliders because it requires to also remove the sccress in the middle and they are impossible to grab with a screwdriver – so how to remove the two screws in the middle? A solution could be to remove the whole front but that requires to remove the undersunk screw hidden behind the upper front part?
      Looking in the service manual does not help.
      Any good suggestions?
      /Pindsen

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      Dillen
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        The two screws can be accessed from below at an angle, through holes and passing boards etc.

        Martin

        #42643
        mexking
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          • Mexico city
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          As Martin says or use an angled (90 degrees) screwdriver, in mine they were missing

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          Pindsen
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            • Denmark
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            Hi,
            Okay thanx. They are not easy to get access to in general.
            /Pindsen

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            Pindsen
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              Thank you, that makes it clear. It is impressive how much effort he put into his restoration projects 🙂

              /Pindsen

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              Evereddie
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                You might take a look at https://beolover.blogspot.com/search?q=beomaster+4400

                Scroll down and this may have the information you are looking for.

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