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  • Re: Beogram 4500

    [quote user="dahiyas"] See video - https://youtu.be/Zmh-BVlBfnk ..... [/quote] in my opinion there was a reason why the BG4500 was sold for only $ 20! If the SMMC2 is OK, you've already done a very good deal! It is very difficult to properly reassemble and adjust the gear mechanism once it has been dismantled. Unfortunately the link to your video is not ok, can you see some of the function in the video when START is pressed? Does the solenoid switch? switch S1 and S2 on the servo board
  • Re: Beogram 4500

    I assume, since there is another Beogram of the 59xx series, which is known, that a single or lp is weighed from the platter and thus the touchdown point and the speed is set?!? You can simulate the weight of a single or LP by gently holding down the pulley, then a gear is pressed down by the pulley and the weight of the gear mechanism is set accordingly. I watched the video, so far everything looks "normal".
  • Re: Beogram 5005 (alternative version) repair

    [quote user="madskp"] ... When I try to turn it on it clicks once and the 33 lights up in the mini display for 3-4 seconds and then it clicks again and then nothing happens. .... When I remove the platter it seems like the motor is trying to move when this happens, but doesnt. The belt seems loose and should be changed in any case [/quote] Please change your belt! Then maybe your problem will be solved. Can you see that the drive motor turns after you have removed the plate and pressed
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Tue, Jul 14 2020
  • Re: Beogram 3000 Tangential 5903 motor issue

    You have mail!
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Thu, Jul 9 2020
  • Re: Beogram 3000 Tangential 5903 motor issue

    PaulMc3000: ....... Beogram 3000 tangential 5903. .......the motor part number was 840126. Why do you Start this thread once again? This is the plattern drive Motor! If you shure the motor is the reason , email me, I have a spare motor.
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Wed, Jul 8 2020
  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    [quote user="tuttivini"] Any progress on how to easily control the motorstand (Left and Right)? I have a Beovision 7-32 motorized floor stand and I'm making my own bracket to fit a non-B&O vesa compatible screen to it. Would be great if I could make (or buy?) a 'simple' controller, connect it to a usb port on the non-B&O tv and to the 5 wires going to the motorstand and learn it 2 positions: desired position 1 when tv is off, desired position 2 when tv is on ( so set
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Tue, Jul 7 2020
  • Re: Beogram 3000 tangential 5903 motor clicking

    [quote user="PaulMc3000"] ....... Beogram 3000 tangential 5903. .......the motor part number was 840126. [/quote] I think this is the plattern drive Motor, do you hear that noise when the belt is not on the platter? If you shure the motor is the reason , email me, I have a spare motor.
    Posted to eBay - the right way! (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Tue, Jun 30 2020
  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    [quote user="Ravsted"] emabonacchi Can you share the information about the connection of the original ir eye of the BeoVision 5 Currently I have an extra link eye connected to my Lintronic, but I would like to use the original eye simultaneously like you do. Which pin is data and which is ground ? [/quote] emabonacchi has removed his (free available information in service manual of Beovision 5) Here is it again:
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Mon, Jun 29 2020
  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    Yes, I think so. Without the codes, no Arduino sketch can control the engine stand. A LinTronik box would also be necessary to make the signals of the BEO4 usable for the converter box. But if you buy a converter box from Erik Prehn, he will surely deliver the one with the control codes. With the control code and an Arduino basic knowledge, you can control the engine stand with ANY remote control!
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Sun, Jun 28 2020
  • Re: Control of Beovision 7-40 floor stand

    Yes, I think so. Without the codes, no Arduino sketch can control the engine stand. A LinTronik box would also be necessary to make the signals of the BEO4 usable for the converter box. But if you buy a converter box from Erik Prehn, he will surely deliver the one with the control codes. With the control code and an Arduino basic knowledge, you can control the engine stand with ANY remote control!
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by W.Frankenberg / Gandalf on Sun, Jun 28 2020
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