Question about Bang and Olufsen Beosound 4000 Shelf System
Handset earpiece works intermittently. When it works, sound quality is fine, it just comes and goes silent periodically.
Appears that there is an internal loose connection becuase, if I gently pull the wire leading into the handset, the sound will usually fail. Gently press it back in, sound returns.
So, problem is: When I slide the silly plate off the handset a) there does NOT appear to be any cable clamp/grip working (which is why I guess this problem occurred in the first instance!) and, b) I cannot 'see' any obvious way to open the handset (e.g. part the red and pale grey front/back portions) in order to access and re-attach/solder any dislodged wires and/or install a sensible cable clip.
Hi I also had a problem with the wires breaking on the handset of my Beocom 2400 , and I could not find out anything on the Internet .
But I managed to fix it without to much difficulty !
So I thought I try and help people in the same situation out !
Anyway to split the handset you will need a plastic card , like a credit card , store card etc) as in picture . DO NOT USE anything made of metal !!!
You will need to start at the bottom of the handset where the microphone is ,on the right hand side looking at the front of the handset .Insert the card,only a little way about 10 mm, then draw the up where the seam is , once it has started to separate you will find it will become easier as you work you way round .
Once you have separated the two halves you then need to peal the outer casing off the cable find the break cut it out and solder the wires back together ,I used heat shrink to cover the bare wires as in picture .
When you have done this it is just a case of sticking the two halves back together , Don't use instant glue!! use a glue which will give you time to position the two parts as it is not that easy , then clamp the two parts together with cable ties , as in picture .
Clean off any glue ,leave for glue to set remove cable ties , job done .
I hope this has been of help to someone!
Regards Stuart . dorsetpicture.co.uk .
I take no responsibility if you bugger it up ....
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Adjusting the Ringer, Earpiece and Speaker Volume
Adjusting the Ringer Volume
You can choose from four ringer volume settings (off, low, medium, and high)
separately on each handset or the base.
With the phone in standby, press or on the handset or VOLUME or
VOLUME on the base. The handset or base sounds the ringer at that level.
Use on the handset or VOLUME on the base to make the ringer volume
louder. Use on the handset or VOLUME on the base to make it softer or
turn it completely off.
When you hear the ringer volume level you want to use, stop pressing keys.
The handset or base will use the new ringer volume starting with the next incoming call.
Note: If you set the ringer volume to Off, the handset or base won't ring. Other handsets or base will ring according
to their individual settings.
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