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SOURCE: need to replace the light

Hi Scotty

Just go for it man... The light is a pop assembly, so you will have to go in from the bottom to get access to it. Searched for a service manual to link to you, but not much out there. Do you have a multimeter to do a few DC checks?

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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hi,

i'm too missing the tonearm counterweight for my Gemini TT01. if you haven't figuered out where to buy one, do you know at least what is the weight that is needed to counter the weight of the tonearm or how to measure the tonearm so as to make a counterweight of my own???

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Well, number #1 - it's a Gemini. So, you can rest assured that the craftsmanship is not the greatest. It's hit or miss with this company.

#2, if the issue you are having is a ground issue, then perhaps the internal ground wire might have come loose, or there is some sort of interference somewhere. Do you have your turntables next to anything that draws alot of power? Such as air conditioner, or a microwave, fridge, etc? Also, connecting to the same power outlet with something that draws alot of electricity might have the same effect. Try a different power outlet. One that is not being used if possible. If you use a power strip or extension cord, try a new one.

There could be many issues which cause feedback.. the main thing is to determine what is NOT causing the problem. So, you know it's NOT your mixer. Great. Now, move on to the next step. Check your cartridges also. Try swapping them out, see if the problem follows. Many times the tonearms aren't grounded properly. There are 5 wires coming out from the tonearm - L+, L-, R+, R- and GROUND. If the ground came off during transport, or movement, this might be your problem.

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