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My first post on Beoworld forum. I’ve been restoring a BeoGram 6000 turntable, and have regained the audio output by replacing both transistors in the series regulator on the RIAA pre-amp circuit board. So it now plays.
But my next problem is mechanical: the 3 spring steel plates that are supposed to hold the platter in suspension (away from the chassis) must have lost some of their spring. I thought I had fixed the problem by raising the screws that hold the plates in place, but then then they are too high to allow the brushed aluminium covers to be replaced.
Has anyone come across this problem, and know a fix? Can the plates be re-bent to restore their spring, or does this risk breaking them?
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