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  • Re: Beocenter 4600 cassette tape machine issues.

    I also need some parts to finish this one off. 1. Bass slider or the bottom part if someone has a scrap one. 2. 'Beostring' to restring the tuner 3. shroud for the FM/AM/Stereo LED's 4. serrated part from the speed adjustment. It just crumbled when I touched it! Is the speed selector meant to light up? Pictures attached thank you.
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by PWH on Mon, Nov 11 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 4600 cassette tape machine issues.

    seems you can only do 1 picture at a time..
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by PWH on Mon, Nov 11 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 4600 cassette tape machine issues.

    last pic
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by PWH on Mon, Nov 11 2019
  • Beocenter 4600 cassette tape machine issues.

    I have just found this vintage forum. Mod's please feel free to move my threads on my 4600 in 'General Forum' to here. So, I have tested the mechanism; FFwd, Rew work perfectly with auto shut off . With no tape, play works, The mechanism will not lock with a tape in. If I partly press play, it will playback I can hear both channels. As soon as it latches, it switches off. I think this is because the take up spindle is running too slow under load at Play speed. Going through the manual
    Posted to Vintage Products (Forum) by PWH on Wed, Nov 6 2019
  • Beocenter 4600. Where do these parts go? What do they do?

    See photo. They seem to have come from the front main aluminum panel maybe a left & right? Any clue would be helpful.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PWH on Mon, Nov 4 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 4600 How to remove the arm?

    The turntable lift mechanism is freed up. I took the locking pin out and slightly twisted the centre brass piece and from the other side pushed the arm rest down. Cleaned and given a dollop of silicone grease and it works like a charm. How do I get the 45RPM/spindle off so I can clean under the flywheel? I have powered the unit up on a variac and the AM radio/amp works on both channels with no hum (the rest of it is disassembled), so I am very encouraged. I intend to change out the electrolytics
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PWH on Tue, Oct 22 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 4600 How to remove the arm?

    Thanks! Removing the two screws completely freed the deck up and indeed it lifts out. The lid had been stuck with glue. The arm lifting mechanism is jammed up so that's the next fix. I have seen a few threads about this so will try and free it. All the switches are gummed up with dried grease so I also have to get the front panel off.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PWH on Fri, Oct 18 2019
  • Beocenter 4600 How to remove the arm?

    Hi I have just got one of these which has obviously been in a damp place and needs an overhaul. I have the manual and have loosened the two screws at the back to get the perspex lid and turntable surround off but the arm is in the way. The lid is still firmly attached to the aluminum surround (is that correct?) Perhaps the lid, arm and the surround is all in one piece ? Please advise. Any pictures would help Thanks
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by PWH on Thu, Oct 17 2019
  • Re: Beogram 4002 fault. Drops tonearm when no record is present. Where to start?

    Well a couple of years on and the same fault has occurred except the arm always lowers when no record is present. I believe one of the pots on the board changes the sensitivity of the detector arm? Before I start changing other things I would like to try that. But which pot is the correct one to alter? The board I have is in the attached photo. I have tried altering the position of the bulb in the detector arm - no difference Thanks Peter
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by PWH on Mon, Oct 7 2019
  • Re: Beogram 4002 fault. Drops tonearm when no record is present. Where to start?

    It drops even if there is no turntable present. I took the turntable off to take the board out to photograph it, testing before I did so. I too think it might be the photocell. Is there a continuity test that can be done? If so, what reading should I get? I don't have an oscilloscope but may see if my meter can detect low AC It would be nice to know what the other 3 pots do (and which is which) The manuals I have don't refer to that board. I believe 2 are for forward and reverse speed. Thanks
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by PWH on Mon, Oct 7 2019
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