Question about Vestax PDX-2300 Turntable
I have two Vestax pdx-2300 mk II pro, and one of both has a little
problem, but that becomes a serious problem, because i can't play any
The spin of the tonearm has a little resistance that affects her rotation. I can't play any record without skips because the needle can't follow the source of the record smoothly due to that resistance in the tonearm.
I was thinking in put some oil into the axis of the tonearm, but i don't know if that is a good idea.
Another question: Where can i find the schematics o manual repair of this turntable?
thank you very much!
Hex screw hole under the tonearm you have to seperate the tonearm from sitting on the base, then tighten back down homie
Posted on May 22, 2009
No a good idea, and sketmatic wont help you unless you plan on soldering. I would lift the tonearm and see how far it goes inward until you feel resistance. Maybe the weight need to be adjusted. Is the turntable on a flat surface? Is there anything obstructing the path of the counter weight?
keep me posted.
Posted on Oct 28, 2007
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