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    Sept 2008 cont.




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    Sept 2008 cont.

    Repainted the tonearm pivot swing bridges and other tonearm components to flat black.





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    Sept 2008 cont.

    Repainted the pitch decal to flat black to match everything on the decks.



    Newly refurbished (repainted & calibrated) tonearm


    Modified the ground wires and replaced the RCA cables and connectors


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    Sept 2008 cont.

    On the way...




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    Sept 2008 cont.




    Repainted the both platters and sanded the sides. Repainted the rubber base as well.
    Finished!

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    Sept 2008 cont.




    Fitted the Pop-up to bright white LEDs and removed the pitch "tick" bearing and spring.




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    I'll keep this thread updated and will post more soon.
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    just a little spraying hint for parts. I like to use a screen table. Or you can use an old screen door/ screen from a window - lay it between 2 chairs and place all the parts your going to paint on it. Spray the color you want, but the screen will assist in no overspray and drying times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicadraus View Post
    I'll keep this thread updated and will post more soon.
    Awesome thread thnx.. Will be fixing my 1210s soon and this info will come in handy.

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    as always, great job on the restorations


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