Beovision 10-46 – how to open the case?

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    BRONZE Member

      Greetings from Hamburg/Germany!

      I was an avid user of the old forum for many years during the early and mid 2000s – unfortunately, the old user database seems to have not been migrated to the new forum, so here I am as a newbie. 😉

      Although I usually tend to stick to the old stuff from the 80s and 90s, I am using Beovision 7-40s throughout the house, most of them MK5. Not even the first MK1 versions that I gave away to family and friends have ever failed me – they seem to be just as sturdy as the good old Philips-tubed MX7000s.

      Not so the Beovision 10-46 I have recently acquired. After a few hours, it started to display only colorful lines. Maybe the panel has given up, maybe some capacitors have leaked – who knows.

      Before I detach the speaker cover and throw the rest of the heavy thing in the next recycling bin, I would love to have a look inside.

      I consider myself relatively handy, but so far I have failed to open the damn thing’s back cover.

      There must be a trick, right?

      BRONZE Member

        Problem solved – an old man living in a cave full of ancient technology hidden away from the world occasionaly shares his wisdom in all things B&O with us mere mortals before he vanishes again for decades, and I was at the right place at the right time.

        So here we go: The internals are accessed via the front of the TV – at least in the case of a 10-46, in order to gain access, remove the screws at the bottom, then flip over and gently slide off aluminium frame and glass, and you’re in. Have fun.

        BRONZE Member

          HI All

          has anyone had a problem  with the Beovision 10-32 it turns on but no picture, I think there is sound ? the screen shows a very dim blue.

          any help would be greatly appreciated

          Kind Regards


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