Logic DM 101, Manual

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jhan
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Logic DM 101, Manual

Post by jhan » 11 Mar 2003 23:23

I bought my DM 101 in May 1983 and my manual doesn't look like the one in download. Where can i stock it for general use?

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Re: Logic DM 101, Manual

Post by jpslow » 14 Jun 2019 19:47

Can you tell me what your manual says about switching speeds. I just got a DM 101 and it's running fine but only at 45 no forty-fives in my collection

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Re: Logic DM 101, Manual

Post by Armbored » 17 Jun 2019 23:20

jhan wrote:
11 Mar 2003 23:23
I bought my DM 101 in May 1983 and my manual doesn't look like the one in download. Where can i stock it for general use?
I would like to see your manual, can you upload it to the site please?

Regards
Mike

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Re: Logic DM 101, Manual

Post by jdjohn » 20 Jun 2019 03:02

Slow your roll, boys, this thread is over 15 years old :D :lol:
jpslow wrote:
14 Jun 2019 19:47
Can you tell me what your manual says about switching speeds. I just got a DM 101 and it's running fine but only at 45 no forty-fives in my collection
You have to manually move the belt in order to change speeds. Remove the outer platter, and then move the belt to the upper tier of both the motor pulley AND the sub-platter. If you download the manual, you will see that 45RPM has the belt riding high, and 33RPM has it riding low.
Armbored wrote:
17 Jun 2019 23:20
jhan wrote:
11 Mar 2003 23:23
I bought my DM 101 in May 1983 and my manual doesn't look like the one in download. Where can i stock it for general use?
I would like to see your manual, can you upload it to the site please?

Regards
Mike
Mike, I'm afraid what we currently have in the library is all we're going to get at this point. There were two versions of this turntable, so I understand your confusion. Does yours have the central spring under the spindle, or just the outer three springs?

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Re: Logic DM 101, Manual

Post by Armbored » 20 Jun 2019 07:00

Jdjohn,

I have two versions of the 101, both have the central spring. The second and most recently acquired also has the electronic speed change. I'm interested in finding out what is the recommended bearing oil, nothing is mentioned within the manual in the library.

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Mike

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Re: Logic DM 101, Manual

Post by jdjohn » 21 Jun 2019 03:30

Hi Mike,

A light machine oil should work fine. I don't know if they sell the 3-in-One products over there, but I use the one in the blue bottle. Sewing machine oil should also work.

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