Question about Technics SL-1210 Turntable
Have recently got our turntables down from loft, they have been boxed up and have been up there for approx 12 months. when we looked at them the top black panel seems to be peeling and bubbling, I am trying to make a claim on my house insurance for them as they went up fine with no problems, there is no damp in the loft and nothing has been spilt on them, the box was not damp or wet either. insurance co says cannot claim unless valid reason for this problem, and advice please? kind regards
I would suggest that the humidity and high temperatures in your loft has weakened the glue that holds the laminate onto the base. Temperatures in lofts/attics can be very high during the summer months.
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