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  • Re: B&O would like our feedback....

    I noticed that Peter picked up a typo! Good job! I found this a bit odd too. (I used to work as a proofreader): Since 1925, Bang & Olufsen has experienced in the art of sound transmission
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Thu, May 31 2012
  • Re: Show us your car!

    Oh, this is gorgeous! My Grandma had exactly the same Jag and I felt like a princess in it. Actually hired one as my wedding car when I got married. I love vintage cars, and this one's a beauty! Not putting up a pic of mine until it's been washed. Could be a while.
    Posted to BeoWorld People & Lifestyle (Forum) by Alison on Tue, May 29 2012
  • Re: Show us your car!

    OMG!!! Some truly awesome cars on here! And absolutely love the 62 Coupe de Ville. (I'm a retro fan. Love anything from the 50s, 60s and 70s.) No way I'm putting up a pic of my car now. It's a BMW... but not in this league. Might have to post my wish-list instead. *sigh* Keep 'em coming!!
    Posted to BeoWorld People & Lifestyle (Forum) by Alison on Tue, May 29 2012
  • Re: Reinstalling Beogram 2000 Dust Cover

    SOLVED!!! I can't believe it! As usual, it was something simple... and self-inflicted. The torsion spring is not held by the friction pieces, which seemed to be the logical thing at the time (for adjusting and balancing the the lid). So... torsion spring was liberated, and all works beautifully again. Actually thought I'd tried this earlier but it hadn't made a difference. Was close to throwing the whole thing out the window. Phew!!! Thanks to everyone for their suggestions and input
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Sun, May 27 2012
  • Re: Reinstalling Beogram 2000 Dust Cover

    Hi Soren Mexico Thank you so much for your reply! The cover has two steel plates... one in front and one at the back... and with a channel in the centre which is meant to slip over the TT 'stand' holder. It slides on neatly, but it just won't settle those last few millimetres. It feels as though there's some sort of obstruction in the centre. Looking inside the channel at the torsion spring, which I've replaced now in several configurations (in case I got it wrong the first time
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Fri, May 25 2012
  • Re: Reinstalling Beogram 2000 Dust Cover

    Thanks so much for trying to help!! The red arrow is actually not the back plate, but the TT 'stand' holder which is in between the back and front plates of the cover. I'll take a few more shots to try and make it clearer. And yes! Where are the 2000 geeks!!?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Fri, May 25 2012
  • Re: Reinstalling Beogram 2000 Dust Cover

    Hi again! I am slowly being driven totally demented. Every day I return to both of the covers and give them a tweak... adjust this and that, and hope that even one of them will slide back on. To no avail. It can't be that hard!!!!! Please... anyone... what am I missing!!?
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Thu, May 24 2012
  • Re: What's playing RIGHT NOW?

    Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick. Original vinyl I bought in the 70s. Still remember all the words too!!
    Posted to Music & Film (Forum) by Alison on Mon, May 21 2012
  • Re: Reinstalling Beogram 2000 Dust Cover

    Ablaumeise... I checked the link you posted and the dust cover on my 2000 is different. I've taken some photos of mine, so hoping that may help. This is how I've put it back together. First pic shows the top of the cover. Second pic shows the inside, with the torsion spring (hopefully) back the way it should be. Third pic shows the cover slid back onto the turntable, but with a 5mm gap. It just won't go down all the way! As I said before, it feels as though it just needs a good shove
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Sun, May 20 2012
  • Reinstalling Beogram 2000 Dust Cover

    Hi everyone! I was recently lucky enough to find a replacement Beogram 2000 after my previous turntable died. (I have the whole 2000 system, which is still in perfect working order.) Because the dust cover on my original turntable was in better condition than the replacement model, I decided to swap them over. Bad move. Despite successfully removing them both, I am now unable to get them back on. I have no idea why. Everything seems to be back where it should be (torsion spring, friction pieces etc
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Alison on Sat, May 19 2012
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