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Topic # 116642 5-May-2013 17:27
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Just wondering if anybody knows much about these. In their day they were very good. This one was my dads and I am sure would need work.

Wondering about selling it to someone who would appreciate it - I'm all digital these days!!




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  Reply # 811727 5-May-2013 19:25
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Trademe - but if you want to get it going, there are people on Audioenz who may be interested?

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  Reply # 812592 7-May-2013 10:25
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OUt of interest, what do you mean specifically by non-going? There aren't a lot of parts in a turntable though the electronically controlled ones might have a bit more. It doesn't rotate, the lights don't come on, there is no cartridge?




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