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The arm no longers travels in the downward direction enough to make contact with the record. After several cycles, the arm is not traveling as far as it was initially (there is clearly 1/8'' between the record and the needle. Is this adjustable? Thanks, Gary

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Yes it is gary depending on the turntable some are not adjustable at all but I' going to give you a url to help you with your quest
http://www.turntablebasics.com/align.html

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