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No worries ...

It certainly is an interesting piece to have pop up at a flea market.

The flea markets where I am are all held in fields, not the best place for buying electronics.

One has a flag pole in the center with a power outlet. I've carried units across the field and plugged them in to see if they light up.

I've made some good buys, but its certainly a risk without testing.

Biggest surprise was a Thorens TD-125 that was being sold as "dead" for very cheap money. I brought it home, put a belt on it and it was fine.

I wonder if the seller knew it needed a belt ?

Dean.




reelsmith's axiom: Its going to be used equipment when I sell it, so it may as well be used equipment when I buy it.


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