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  • Re: Beovision 8-40 broken feets.

    BTW. Does anybody know if it's possible to dismantle the original feet / table stand? As i recall, the only difference, from the feet of the 8-40 and the feet of the 8-26/8-32 is the feet themselves. The sliding bracket, should be the same?? If it's possible to dismantle the feets, i could search for the parts from the 8-26/8-32 and clone them together, as the broken parts on mine, is the brackets
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sun, Apr 14 2019
  • Re: Beovision 8-40 broken feets.

    Hi Esax. i saw that, and found that a tad too expensive for replacements that isn't adjustable like the original items ..
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sun, Apr 14 2019
  • Beovision 8-40 broken feets.

    I have just bought a BV8 with the elegant tiltable feets. But both of them have cracked due to tension, I think. It looks like the feet themselves are doing fine, but the brackets, mounted to the TV are bended. Does anybody have a fix for that? Or would it even be possible for me to be lucky enough to sort a spare part? As I see this is a quite common issue.. And as I see the BV8-40 doesn’t share the same feet as the B8-26 and BV8-32.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sat, Apr 13 2019
  • Re: DVD2 won't recognize my Beo4 remote

    [quote user="MikeGriese"] Sigh - that would work if my Beosystem 3 had a SCART connector. Apparently the version available in the US doesn't have one. [/quote] What a joke... I bought mine extremely cheap secondhand, to stack on top of my BeoSystem 3 (EU). I wonder if it wasn’t sold in the US, if so, there must be a solution.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Tue, Feb 19 2019
  • Re: DVD2 won't recognize my Beo4 remote

    Hi Mike. The DVD2 worked after i connected it with a fully wired SCART-cable. It can be connected with both an HDMI-cable and a SCART-cable at the same time. That way the HDMI transfers video- and sound-signal, and the SCART receives and translates IR-signals. Not a smart solution, but it works.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Thu, Feb 14 2019
  • Re: Bringing a Beo5 to live again

    Update. After a visit to my preferred local dealer, I left without a spare battery. They simply wouldn’t sell the battery as a spare, only if they could do the repair. Fair enough, the battery would most likely be too expensive, but it was worth the visit. I then contacted Jacob Rungwald, who forwarded me to a German webshop selling the battery-cells. So now I have placed an order, and I will just have to wait and see if my soldering skills can keep up with the job. Afterwards the next step will
    Posted to The Beo5/6 Remote Forum (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sun, Oct 28 2018
  • Re: Bringing a Beo5 to live again

    [quote user="9 LEE"] It'll be the battery. 99.99% [/quote] Thanks Lee Then my next step will be to buy a new battery, either original from my dealer, or to find a cheaper solution. After that it seems like i have to find a 32 bit Windows machine, to get the Config Tool running . Hopefully it will all be worth the effort in the end .
    Posted to The Beo5/6 Remote Forum (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sun, Oct 21 2018
  • Bringing a Beo5 to live again

    I have bought a 10 year old Beo5 that i have been told haven’t been used yet. By the looks of it, it might be true. The thing is that it is completely dead, even when plugged in the charger. I think the next step is to buy a new battery, and change it first. But first i have to know, if the diagnose might be something else, than the battery. To me it is quite weird, that i can’t bring it to life, even when plugged in to the charger.
    Posted to The Beo5/6 Remote Forum (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Sat, Oct 20 2018
  • Re: Beosystem 2500 - problem with door sliding mechanism

    [quote user="matador43"] Hi, If you can hear some life inside your device when approaching the hand then it may be not as worse as it seems. First thing is to remove the glass doors and check how the system behave without the glass weight. If it works, its likely bad lubrification or a worn belt. if it still dont work it's a more deep issue like sensor, motor, electronics (luckily didnt ever go that far!) I always recommend : - First, clean and lube the rails, - If not enough, check
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Tue, Jun 19 2018
  • Re: Beosystem 2500 - problem with door sliding mechanism

    [quote user="Steffen"] Have a look at this thread: https://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/4707/42703.aspx#42703 [/quote] Hi Steffen. I followed the guide from top to bottom, and when i plugged the unit in to the power socket i smiled at first. The doors opened up again as they should. But i couldn't get them to close again :-(. It could be a problem with the motion sensor :-/
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by 8000Kristian on Tue, Jun 19 2018
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