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  • Re: Beomaster 3300 filter caps.

    I will, and I'm pretty sure red is indeed positive. But I'm afraid I don't know of a way to measure polarity on a capacitor, so should I assume that the polarity is marked with positive on the original caps, unlike what you would normally expect of modern caps where negative is marked?
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Tue, Dec 8 2020
  • Re: Beomaster 3300 filter caps.

    Yes, I did and, that is why I wrote here, cause if you see on the pictures that is not how it's actually connected originally. Unless the caps are marked opposite of normal caps? Marking on positive instead of negative?
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Tue, Dec 8 2020
  • Re: Beomaster 3300 filter caps.

    Hi Thank you for your reply. Yes the red positive was my understanding as well, why I found it odd it was connected to negative on the first cap. Just so I understand you correct. The caps are seriel connected, so the order would be this: Cap1: Red Wire -> Negative Pin, Black Wire -> Positive Pin Cap2: Cap1 Positive Pin -> Negative Pin, Blue Wire -> Positive Pin
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Tue, Dec 8 2020
  • Beomaster 3300 filter caps.

    I'm recapping my beomaster 3300 but I have a problem with the two filter caps I hope you guys can help me with. The caps aren't marked well, but my assumption was that the darker side was the negative. This would mean however that the connection is red wire to negative, positive to negative, and then blue to positive the other cap. I would normally assume red would go to positive, but it could be that I'm mistaken or that I'm mistaken in the polarity on the original caps. Any of you
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Mon, Dec 7 2020
  • Re: Beocord 3300 makes grinding sound

    Ah great to know. I have "Kontakt 60", so will give it a go :) Thank you again.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Wed, Nov 18 2020
  • Re: Beocord 3300 makes grinding sound

    That helped a lot. Am running some tests now, but the long grinding noise have disappeared. There is still a bit when I reverse but it's intermittent and very quick. Sounds like the two big gears that change to reverse doesn't quite line up at start. Will need to look at it later. I have a few questions though. 1: Does any of the parts need re-greasing? 2: Below is a picture of the space between the grill and where the lid opens. It's very sticky and has a lot of dust etc. stuck in it
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Wed, Nov 18 2020
  • Re: Beocord 3300 makes grinding sound

    They are from a local dealer where I purchased belts before for both my JVC and various other cassette decks. I don't know where they are from though, so I ordered at set from the link you provided. I didn't get new rubber wheels, so I ordered those as well. I'll try replace both and see if it helps, thank you.
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Mon, Nov 16 2020
  • Beocord 3300 makes grinding sound

    Hi everyone. I got my self a non working Beocord 3300. The belts had melted so I replaced them and also recapped it. Now it plays fine, however when I press advance or return, it makes a grinding noise. Sometimes the grinding noise will stay longer, and eventually it will stop advancing and return to play mode as you can see in the video midway. It's hard to pinpoint where the sound is coming from, but I can't see anything from top or bottom. If I were to guess I would say near the gears
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by kohaar on Sun, Nov 15 2020
    Filed under: Beocord 3300
  • Re: Beolit 12 Battery

    Just a quick follow up, I just got mine replaced at a dealer so they are still produced. Quite expensive though but cheaper than buying a new speaker, plus I really like the wifi option in the 12.
    Posted to Music & Film (Forum) by kohaar on Wed, May 16 2018
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