Beovision 10-46

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      I am pretty sure that in “old” forum there was manual of how to “dismantle” the back of a BV-10 46 to have a look inside the trunk of the TV. Need to have a look at the cables, t con etc.
      Anyone who can help me?

      BRONZE Member

        I was also pretty sure there were service manuals for the (then) new BV10s back in 2011/12, but it seems to be impossible to find them here or elsewhere.

        I have also failed to open the back cover and just asked the same question here.

        Have you succeeded to open the damn thing up in the meantime since march?

        I am quite desperate, as this giant lump of a TV has to go if it is beyond repair.

        Kind regards, Phil

        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

            For dullards like me to whom this is not obvious, by “screws at the bottom” @Beoaddict means “at the bottom edge of the rear panel,”  and “flip over” means “…so it is resting on its rear panel on your floor/bed/…”  The service manual instead assumes you have a service stand holding the TV upright, so you would be sliding the front glass/frame assembly up vertically.  (I’m pretty sure it was available here, to gold members?  Anyway, it’s board-level service only.)  Here are the screw locations.


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