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Tone arm trouble i think???

During a party my mate after 1 to many beers accidently hit the arm up and now it will get to a certain point and keep jumping PLESE HELP!!!!

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This is a damaged tone arm bearing i had this problem with mine and had no choice other than spending £50 on a new tone arm

Posted on Mar 08, 2009

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