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All Things Vintage Bang & Olufsen Restoration and Repair
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This video shows how to restore a Beogram 3000 hood.
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Beogram 8000: Repair of a Scraping Sub-Platter with a 3D Printed Insert for the Main Bearing
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Beogram 8000: A New Arrival and Restoration of the Control System
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Beomaster 8000: Rattling Main Relays and a Broken 2MHz Oscillator Crystal
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Beogram 4002 (5501): Replacing the Sensor Arm Bulb with a SMD LED on a FlexPCB
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Beogram 4002 (5501): Installation of New Transport Lock Bushings and New Cabinet Guidance Washers
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Beogram 4002 (5501): Worn Keypad Restoration - My Process Finally Appears Reproducible...
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Beogram 4002 (5501): Replacement of End Groove Detection Light Bulb with an LED
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Beogram 4002 (5501): Restoration of RPM Trimmer Panel - After rebuilding the PCBs of the Beogram 4002 (5501) that I am currently restoring, I turned my attention to the RPM trimmer panel. This panel had been replaced previously with the aim to repair a burned out trimmer scale illumination bulb. As a first step I re-worked the solder connections in the wires where the original panel had been cut off. This shows the situation when I received the deck: I re-soldered all connections and instal...
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Beogram 4002 (5501): Replacing all Electrolytic Capacitors - After fixing the strange control system issue it was time to plow ahead with the general restoration tasks, and so I replaced all electrolytic capacitors. This is always a good idea, since these units suffer from dried out capacitors, and Ta types can actually go up in flames when they expire. So replacing them with modern Aluminum 105C types is a good idea. This shows the main PCB in its original condition: And after replacing th...
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