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In Reply to: RE: Where to get vintage Technics table recapped and checked? posted by David Lawrence on November 11, 2021 at 06:01:01
Err... If it is not broken then why try to fix it??? By your own statement it is still working fine...
Thanks. Maybe I could wait a whils, but I am uncertain when it will break.. In a few years, I will retire, and then after some years will take the table with me overseas. I have been experimenting with tonearms, and just wondered if I should get it serviced while putting a new arm on a board.
Most schematics will include a parts list. From that information, you can tell what electrolytic capacitors are needed. (Film capacitors last "forever", unless they are subject to voltages that exceed their rated capacity.) You can purchase the needed electrolytic capacitors from Mouser or Digikey. Service and response time for either company is exemplary. If you know how to solder, you are in business. If you don't want to DIY, any competent tech can take over after that and do the installation for you in an hour or two. You will have saved money at least by supplying the needed parts in advance.
EDIT. Post facto, I see that M3Lover already found the Service Manual on Vinyl Engine.
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