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Nothing to be scared of

Where does this come from, that Linns are tricky to set up, require frequent setup and are finicky?

I haven't found that with my LP12, which has travelled with me from the UK, to France, to the US, over a ten year period. That's one of the benefits, too - with the Valhalla board, it woks on 110-240VAC and 50-60Hz just by swapping a fuse and a wire.

It was set up professionally when I bought it, and I had it tweaked once by my local dealer (at the time) in the UK (who charged me nothing, because as he put it "it's fine").

I adjusted it a little when moving to France, and have adjusted it twice during our four years in the US, once on arrival, and once after a house move, when replacing the belt and bearing oil.

Sorry, but they're a lot less "fussy" than people think, and they certainly don't need constant tweaking.



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  • Nothing to be scared of - OilfieldTiger 08:03:46 10/12/06 (0)

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