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Numark TTX tonearm base repair

I recently bought some Numark TTX's and love em except one of the tonearms have come loose and need to know how the tighten the tonearm base itself or disassemble tonearm. When the tonearm base is locked and not in play mode the arm itself is losse and uneven. If you have any instructions that would be greatly appreciated. I can post more details

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Unfortunately, the only way to access the tonearm is through the bottom. It's not that difficult, but you should be very careful when placing your turntable upside down to remove the base.

Hope this helps some.

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Posted on Nov 04, 2008

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