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I have a realistic clarinette 120 turntable . how do I relace the needle?

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SOURCE: i have a realistic clarinette 120 turntable . How do I replace the needle?

Most are held in place by 2 small screws, remove them and carefully unplug the cartridge from the tone arm, reverse to install new one, then check the balance the tone arm and set to correct pressure..

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I have a realistic clarinette 120 turntable . How do I replace the needle?


Most are held in place by 2 small screws, remove them and carefully unplug the cartridge from the tone arm, reverse to install new one, then check the balance the tone arm and set to correct pressure..

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