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Norwich 2 e239.1.a how to replace stylus


Just grip the stylus carrier and slide it forward (probably slightly down too).

It looks like this:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Stylus-Needle-for-33-45-78-rpm-records-Fits-Most-Steepletone-Record-except-/301606116981

Jul 15, 2016 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Changing the needle-how to!


Replace the Needle with a new one (part No. PZP1004) . Remove the old Stylus (or Needle) by pulling it downwards gently, and push the new Stylus/needle in place as shown in the below photo.
061fed0.jpg hope this works for you,

Cheers

Emmanuel

Sep 13, 2008 | Pioneer PL-990 Turntable

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Gemini tt02 needles


Hi, with your thumb and index finger grip the stylus at the front. Pull down and then forward. Cheers john. Stylus City

Mar 01, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Needle stylus unit rubbing the record.


There's too much weight on the stylus or the needle is not inserted correctly.

May 15, 2017 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Cannot locate a replacement needle without a make. Can you help? I have the number on the needle being T50HD. Is it ceramic or magnetic? I also need a manual. Thank you


The make is probably printed on the cartridge rather than the stylus but it could well be this one (ceramic)
http://www.stylusplus.co.uk/bush-t50hd-stylus-1890-p.asp
Personally I prefer to change the whole cartridge rather than just the stylus for better sound quality. At least replace the cartridge every 2nd or 3rd needle change -
You don't specify the make of equipment you need a manual for but the best place will be the support pages of the website of the original manufacturer. If you need a manual for a record-player cartridge they usually come in the box.

Feb 24, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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The sound on one of the channels comes out really low. Could you tell me what could I be doing wrong?????


It could be something simple or something complex.

On the simple front:
Try unplugging and re-seating the cables from the turntable to the amp.
Try swapping left and right at the amp -- did the "weak" channel change or is it still in the same speaker?
Now swap the channels back at the amp and swap them at the turntable end of the cable -- did the "weak channel" change this time?

If the "weak" channel changed each time you swapped, then the problem is within the turntable, not the amp or the cables.

The next simple thing to check is the stylus (needle) -- look at the stylus up close. The needle should be going straight in to the groove on the record, not leaning to one side or the other.

If you're up for it, remove the stylus and re-install it. If you have access to one, try replacing the stylus.

If the weak channel is still weak with another stylus, then you have to start looking inside the turntable's electronics, and that's when it stops being simple.

If this helps, please be sure to hit the "thumbs up" for me.

If it's not fixed yet, post back a comment and we'll see what we can do.

Apr 02, 2010 | Stanton T.90USB Turntable

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WHAT IS THE STYLUS NEEDLE MODEL # FOR A RCA SS4000 RECORD PLAYER


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Welcome to our record player needles and turntable stylus page! We hope you find this page to be very friendly and useful in locating a replacement record player needle or stylus for your phonograph. Use the picture charts of the record needles, and the information request form to help you identify which record player needle or stylus you need.
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Aug 31, 2009 | RCA Audio Players & Recorders

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Scratchy noise on my record player


Sounds like its time to change the needle [Stylus ] , there are a few types But the two most common are Saphire and Diamond Stylus pay the extra and get a diamond if you can , Hope this helps

Jun 01, 2009 | Creek 5350SE Amplifier

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Needle replacement...missing part?


To replace the stylus (N-6516 from your Sony dealer)

1.Turn off the amplifier
2. Protect the stylus with the stylus cover (it flips down 90 degrees)
3. Grasp the stylus holder (exposed when cover was flipped down) and pull it away from the cartridge body
4. Insert the stylus by pushing it in to the cartridge receptacle. Flip the stylus protector up.


Nov 24, 2008 | Sony PS-LX250H Turntable

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