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  • Re: CDX-2 activate after installing new gear

    Hi guys, You are very helpfull sofar,8 I have not been motivated for a while because of being contaminated ( although not heavily) with the Covid stuff. Almost recovered from that I will try to follow up on your clues The new gear had already been placed before the virus forced his way into my attention to the CDX problem.: the lid moves by hand and plays a cd. Aad
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Sat, Apr 24 2021
  • Re: CDX-2 activate after installing new gear

    Martin, just to make sure, is the switch you refer to the one near the gear or the one at the back as indicated by Tim Aad
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Sat, Apr 24 2021
  • CDX-2 activate after installing new gear

    The problem of lid not opening automatically, but only manually instead was due to a worn gear; A co-member of our Dutch Beolover Club BEOFRIENDS"" could supply me with a new 3D printed gear(wheel). 1) After taking the motor/gear mechanism apart a littlle plastic strip fell out: also see picture. I can not detect traces of a spot where this thing was situated. 2) Stupidly enough I forgot to pay attention to where (see picture:) the loose wire (ground I assume) was attached to. 3) In searching
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Tue, Apr 13 2021
  • Re: CDX-2 activate after installing new gear

    second picture
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Tue, Apr 13 2021
  • BM1900 humming

    I was donated a BM1900 with good sound except for a fairly loud hum in both speakers. Before even thinking of beginning the almost inevitable recapping I wonder if I could get rid of the hum when I replace the smoothing C in power supply: it measures way over 2600uF instead of the 2200uF. Does the bridge rectifier also plays a role in this problem? Aad
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Sun, Feb 21 2021
  • Re: Beogram CDX CDX2 CD 3300 gear for lid broken

    Finding this thread and reading the posts I have the nerve to ask a question pertaining to my CX-2 recently stopped opening its lid as it is meant to be. A couple of days ago I had rearranged the lineup of some “1Beo’s” and noticed that the CD player did not power up. In order to check what went wrong I took a look inside after having removed the bottom cover and subsequently faced the impossibility for me to solve the problem: reading the warnings in the service manual as to sensitive
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Wed, Jan 27 2021
  • Re: BEOCORDS 6/8XXXX

    Hi Sonavor, Also this one is among my spares. Are you still interested? Then I can send it to you,( free of charge) Regards< Aad
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Tue, Jan 26 2021
  • Re: BEOCORDS 6/8XXXX

    Hi Sonavor (nice name), Thank you for your "encouraging" reaction, but such a diassembling job is for me far from a piece of cake. I'd better stick to changing belts and replacing electronic components: all those tiny screws, bolts and springs make me decide to stay far from such an operation, although I am confident that I will be able to loosen*) all those parts, but putting all those things back later on will give me to many sleepless nights. *) I did this once and I what was left
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Thu, Jan 21 2021
  • BEOCORDS 6/8XXXX

    A couple of years ago I got a BC 8002 HX-Pro, for a kiss and a bottle of wine, along with the message that it did not do what the makers had in mind when developping this cassette deck. In seach of donor applliances I acquired 4 more items, also with problems. By exchanging and swapping mechanisms as well as buying new belts I managed to get one running properly: the BC6000 HX-PRO. This one also did something positive with the mechanism from the BC8002 HX-PRO. The BC8000 provides some positive response
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Tue, Jan 19 2021
  • Re: humming/buzzing transformer Beomaster 1200

    I will come back to this topic later, I will be outdoor during this weekend. As to the “hum” or whatever I may call it, it is definitely straight from the transformer during load, therefore I will follow up on Martin’s suggestion when I am back home. As to the hearing aid devices I can only add to my description of the improved sound sensation without going into details of frequency ranges, that any sound from mechanical switches, human voices, cracking nutshells, turning paper
    Posted to The Workbench (Forum) by Aad Jansse on Fri, Dec 4 2020
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