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need help from djs/nerds on a repair job

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Vanity, May 16, 2003.

  1. Vanity

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    need help from djs/nerds on a repair job

    Discussion started by Vanity - May 16, 2003

    alright, i'm replacing my groundwire of my technics 1200.
    the biggest help it found was
    http://www.geocities.com/SunsetStrip/Venue...ceRCACables.htm

    i got to step 2, but where i ran into trouble is getting the rca's uncrimped... how do i get them out of the little black box? i dont wanna break it, so that's why i'm hesitant to put too much force on one part of it.
    thanks in advance
     
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    i've done this before, but can't remember a damn thing about the process.... fuck, good luck man.
     
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    Replacing the Ground wire??

    Replacing the Ground wire is an easy process. The ground for the tonearm is attached to the circuits boards ground via a small black wire. You will notice that your external ground wire is also attached to this same clip that is screwed into the circuit board. Simply unsolder the old wire and attach a new (hopefully longer) wire in its place. Just make sure that you reattach the tonearms ground (comes out from the inside of the tonearm assembly)
     
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    bump for people at work that might be able to help me out
     
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