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  • 06-05-2007 3:43 PM

    Buttons on my Ouverture

    Hi to the techies Smile

    I don't dare post in here to give advice just incase I was the cause of breaking some of your B&O, so I'll stick to the questions for now.

    This isn't a major issue because I have a Beo4 of course, but I've noticed the volume UP button on my Ouverture has almost had it. I do have to push it quite hard for it to recieve my input. I guess this has just happened because its been used quite a bit. Is there any conveniant way of fixing this, or is not worth the hassle considering I use my Beo4 usually anyway?

    Thanks guys.

  • 06-06-2007 3:05 AM In reply to

    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    I've never seen a problem with the keyboard but from the service manual it looks similar to the type used in beolink 1000 or beo4 so I could believe it could wear out with much use.

    Should not be very expensive to replace. Part number is 7500270

    The front of the ouverture is not difficult to take apart.

    Regards Graham

  • 06-06-2007 7:55 AM In reply to

    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    Oh great!

    I'll give the part number to my dealer, correct?

    Then a simple enough job to do myself? I'll look at the service manuals.

    Thank you Graham.

  • 06-06-2007 5:51 PM In reply to

    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    Providing your dealer is willing to supply!

    Regards Graham

  • 06-07-2007 4:54 AM In reply to

    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    Oh! Why wouldn't he be?
  • 06-07-2007 6:10 AM In reply to

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    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    Oh they'll order it with a "when do you intend to bring it in to our service center sir?"Wink
     

  • 06-08-2007 10:24 AM In reply to

    • Medogsfat
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    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    joeyboygolf:

    I've never seen a problem with the keyboard but from the service manual it looks similar to the type used in beolink 1000 or beo4 so I could believe it could wear out with much use.

    Should not be very expensive to replace. Part number is 7500270

    The front of the ouverture is not difficult to take apart.

    Do you mean the MK1 & 2 beolink 1000's Graham with the celluloid membranes with black spots on which disintegrate?

    Chris.

    The use of metaphors should be avoided like the plague. They're like a red rag to a bull to me.

  • 06-09-2007 10:08 AM In reply to

    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    From the service manual and from what I remember of the one I had apart a couple of years ago it is some sort of plastic sandwich construction. I would hope it's better than the BL1000 ones!

    Regards Graham

  • 06-09-2007 2:37 PM In reply to

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    Re: Buttons on my Ouverture

    Ah, like the membranes under the later BL1000's then. A bit of a shame as these are pretty much irrepairable.Sad

    The use of metaphors should be avoided like the plague. They're like a red rag to a bull to me.

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