[quotMaybe now someone can tell me something about this player.
Don't know if the Arm is the original but it says Lenco on the Pick-Up (Blury picture, sry)
Well, well :shock:
Finally the missing tonearm.
A couple a weeks ago I just disscus with blueintheface about the possibility to fit on a Lenco 78, a Lenco L133 tonearm.
I see this TT on my local ebay of Argentina. I gone to the house of the ouner and mesure the base of the tonearm, with my calimeter. But the base was wther than the L78 or L75. And pass to buyed it.
But now a see in your pictures perfectly instaled.
How to fit this tonearm in the chassis hole? ItÂ´s a new hole? Something else?
Here the picture of the Lenco L133http://argentina.deremate.com/accdb/vie ... DI=5602799
The Lenco L133 is a belt driven, syncronous motor, two diferent diameter in the motor pulley (33/45) and the belt drive a subplatter (made of rubber I think) like the Thorens TTs.
If you open the turntable, let me know and tell me if you want: how fit this tonearm are in your lenco. The base arm is plastic?
In the section "Library of this site you can download the operation manual of the L75, the mecanical is similar to all this type of Lencos.
Sorry about my poor english, i'm from Argentina :shock: [/quote][quote][/quote][quote][/quote]