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Old 26th Apr 2010, 19:16   #1
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tonearm cable replacement

hey guys finally got my two turntables delivered, got the citronic PD-1.

all working fine except one of them didn't put out audio through the right channel, been lookiong more into it (took it apart xP ) and one of the cables comming from the tone arm has broken

so now been taking it even further apart and almost got it all in bits so i can replace it with an old mouse cable (apparently they work pretty damm well )

but well i can't seem to get the pin out from the black shell to be able to remove the arm... see pic below..


can anyone point me in the right direction please

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Old 28th Apr 2010, 12:44   #2
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well it was just a bit stiff, after using a bigger screwdrive to anchor one side it came apart much easier desoldered everying and now to find an old mouse to sabotage

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Old 29th Apr 2010, 01:23   #3
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well managed to solder all the fiddly wires and feed them back through the tiny pipes and it is working sweeetttt

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