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  • Re: Beogram 4500 MMC2 defekt?

    Moin Ingo So eine Geschichte hatte ich auch schon einmal, leider hatte sich bei meinem System die Nadel vom Aufhängungsgummi gelöst. Die Nadel stand auch sehr weit nach unten ab, wenn man die Nadel sachte bewegte rastete sie förmlich rechts und links ein. Ein Abspielen war nicht mehr möglich, Tonarm sprang hin und her. Bitte die Nadel nur gaaaaanz vorsichtig bewegen!!! Die Nadel sollte sich immer wieder in ihre Ausgangslage zurück bewegen. Vielleicht machst du mal ein Foto
    Posted to Deutsche BeoWorld (Forum) by Spassmaker on Thu, Oct 24 2019
  • Re: BEOGRAM 4000 DIAL POINTER

    Hi Martin The Axle ist already made by myself, it's just a 3mm piece of round material, filed two gaps for a lockerring, ready. The spring would be interesting. My mainproblem is to get the measurings of the Pointer. For me it's still not possible to get in contact with Olly (alias Step1). He has made one Pointer of Aluminium. So i have to start from scratch I think. We can talk later about the spring, I'll let you know. Best Regards Christian
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Fri, Sep 6 2019
  • Re: BEOGRAM 4000 DIAL POINTER

    Thanks
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Fri, Sep 6 2019
  • BEOGRAM 4000 DIAL POINTER

    Hi there all Members I purchased a good looking Beogram 4000 but sadly the Dial Pointer is missing completely incl. the Axle and the Spring. Maybe one of you could help with a sparepart or with a drawing of the correct size of this part. I found in an older thread a DIY DialPointer made by Member "Step1" Olly. For me it's not possible to start a conversation with him?! I don't know why.... So please be so kind and have a look into your storage boxes and maybe one can find the missing
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Tue, Sep 3 2019
  • Re: BEOGRAM 8000 Tonearmcabling

    Hi Dillen and Sonavor Many thanks for your praise and the Tip with the old Cartridge for mounting the Cartridgeholder. I've an old Cartrigde for alignment but I was a little scared if the old Cartridge would stick on the Cartridgeholder because the glue comes to somewhere I could not see ;-)). The Gap is only a very thin stripe and can only be rcordnised when you can compare to another Beogram. I don't want to change the Position anymore. So best Regards to you all. Christian
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Mon, May 20 2019
  • Re: BEOGRAM 8000 Tonearmcabling

    Hello Everybody out there I've made it!! First I held the Tonearm into cooking water to get the Glue inside the Tonearm loose, but there was no reaction, I cooled the Tip down with some cold Spray and put it again into the boiling water, coldspray again and one more time boiling water and the tip came out with some light pressure from a long Screwdriver. After that I seperated the Top and downplate of the Cartridgeholder like shown in the next picture As you can clearly see is that one of the
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Fri, May 17 2019
  • Re: BEOGRAM 8000 Tonearmcabling

    Thank you very much for your advice and your information of the tonearm contruction. I've already demounted the tonearm, the slider couterweigth and pulled out the thin wires incl. the silicon hose inside the tonearm. Sadly there is no broken cable outside of the tonearm and inside the tonearm as far i can look inside. I can measure the lost connection between the end of one of the wire and the cartridge connector. So I''ve to go the only way and pull the connector out of the tonearm
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Thu, May 9 2019
  • BEOGRAM 8000 Tonearmcabling

    Hello everyone. I hope to get some Information and advise about the cabling of the Beogram 8000 Tonearmcabling. Following situation is given: No sound on left channel Tried to measure the coils of the MMC but only one coil is ok the other is high resistance about 0.5 MOhm. Measured on the flexboard on the tangential board same measuring. Took another MMC to compare , same measuring. I've dissasembled the tonearm. I've fiddled out the thin wires to the point where they go into the tonearm
    Posted to BeoGram (Forum) by Spassmaker on Tue, May 7 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 9500 smell...

    Hi Tinman Have you found out what the cause of the burned resistor was? Best Regards Christian
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Spassmaker on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Beocenter 9500 smell...

    Hi there Maybe this is an sugestion: I've had a bad smelling in a BC 9500 caused by Rersistor R 131 ( 22 Ohm) on the PCB wich is placed in the upper "Bonnet". It is a Resistor wich goes directly from the Rail Voltage (13,8 V) to the Capstan Motor of the Casette Deck. I could not figure out what the resistor made burning but i have taken the Motor apart and relubed it as far as i came to the Bearings. Also I pulled out the capstans cleand and relubed them. The same I 've made with
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Spassmaker on Mon, Mar 18 2019
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