Anti Skating Repair?

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cleong007
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Anti Skating Repair?

Post by cleong007 » 06 Mar 2019 19:20

Have A Good One for all you Systemdek users!

I have a Systemdek IIX900 that has its original Tonearm a Rb300?

This Unit has a Broken Green "Nub" Where the an tiskate adjustment was

is there anyone that can repair this type of arm or anyone that sells parts for this?

Thanks!
CHris L

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Re: Anti Skating Repair?

Post by cleong007 » 06 Mar 2019 20:31

Correction

Have A Good One for all you Systemdek users!

I have a Systemdek IIX900 that has its original Tonearm a Rb250

This Unit has a Broken Green "Nub" Where the anti skate adjustment was

is there anyone that can repair this type of arm or anyone that sells parts for this?

Thanks!
CHris L

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Re: Anti Skating Repair?

Post by markcass » 07 Mar 2019 18:48

Hi Chris

Though replacement lift/lower (cueing) assemblies are available for the RB250, as are counterweights, I've never seen replacement parts for the anti skate.

There's a cross-head countersunk screw underneath, securing the cover to the anti skate assembly. Removing this should enable you to get inside the anti skate assembly itself. I don't know whether it's possible to remove the sliding mechanism into which the green "nub" fits.

If it is, you could remove the broken bit and fit something else, like a small bolt perhaps. The RB300 had a metal nub, which looked a bit more elegant than the green plastic but did the same thing. The nub is only there to help you move the slider back and forth to adjust the anti skate. There's nothing special about it.

HTH

Mark

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Re: Anti Skating Repair?

Post by cleong007 » 12 Mar 2019 18:41

Sounds Great!

Mark I really appreciate your time!!

Thanks again for the Tip!

Chris l

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