need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

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Wb4unv
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need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

Post by Wb4unv » 27 Feb 2017 21:53

I'm looking for the white plastic gear inside of the cueing assembly for a JVC JL-A40 Turntable. Assembly part number E34240-002.

Simba2407
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Re: need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

Post by Simba2407 » 25 Mar 2017 18:24

I have same fix problem with JL-A40. Glue or 3D printer. I think 3D printer will be solution in my case.

BlastTyrant57
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Re: need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

Post by BlastTyrant57 » 21 Nov 2017 03:36

I'm looking for the same piece

BlastTyrant57
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Re: need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

Post by BlastTyrant57 » 21 Nov 2017 03:37

Tried glue, it didn't work. Both gorilla glue, and super glue

Jternsty
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Re: need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

Post by Jternsty » 03 Nov 2018 01:44

Simba - were you able to fix this by printing the part? And if so do you have a model / file you would be willing to share??

beoutdoors
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Re: need cue assembly gear for JVC JL-A40 Turntable

Post by beoutdoors » 15 Jan 2020 01:55

I know this is an old post, but I recently had the plastic part in the cueing assembly break on my JL-A40. I was able to reverse engineer the original part and draw up a 3D model for printing. I had it printed at a local shop out of GPGR02 resin, and I'm pretty happy with the results! The new part is installed, and working nicely. The only hiccup I've run into has nothing to do with the 3D printed part: I stupidly cleaned off the old silicone damping fluid between the plates on the cueing assembly thinking it was grease that had gone bad. Now the tone arm launches up and drops down far too rapidly, so I'm sourcing some 500,000 cSt silicone fluid from a local hobby shop to see if that fixes the problem.

Anyway, I thought I would share the STL file on here, in case anyone wants to go the 3D printing route. Hopefully someone finds it helpful.

The part can be found on ThingVerse here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4103719/files

I've included a picture of the two 3D printed parts I had made (left and right; I printed 2 in case I broke one) compared to the original (centre).
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