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most turntables actually only dampen during automatic play and return (eject) not when manually manipulating the needle. Better turntables will have a counterweight at the back of the arm behind the pivot point, but that is to decrease wear on the vinyl and increase needle life and audio fidelity in the higher end. Some turntables have a lifter arm that is dampened, but if your player doesn't have such a mechanism, or if it has one and you choose to manually manipulate the needle without it's usage, there is no dampening. The fix unfortunately is to buy a turntable with a dampened lifter arm, and to use the arm when lifting and lowering the needle.
Check lpgear.com for Philco stylus replacement. You may need to find the "Contact Us" tab and request information for your particular model, but if they can't help you, then contact Philco (division of Ford Motor Co.)
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Many of these old phonographs play a little too fast. one possible fix is to rig up a dimmer switch into an "extension" cord that you plug this vintage phonograph into. The lower voltage will slow it down and you will be able to adjust the speed.
ok Let me see if this helps if not please comment back with the t-stat model and make as well. The Y terminal on the t-stat needs to be connected to the Y terminal on the heat pump board. If this does'nt fix it your thermostat may have something different going on so please send me the model and make of the t-stat. Also if you know does this unit have outside temperature sensing probes, and or an automatic defrost cycle?
Per the KOSS website your KSC 75 stereophone is covered under the Lifetime Warranty Policy. To have your product serviced, please send the stereophone along with $6.00 each ($7.00 Canadian) shipping and handling to the appropriate address for your location.
In the United States:
4129 N. Port Washington Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53212
In Canada call:
Outside US and Canada:
Contact Koss S.A. for the distributor/repair centre nearest you:
I have the same model. Though I haven't replaced the needle yet, I was able to remove the broken one. You'll see that the arm has a red plastic attachment. It houses the needle in a very thin strip of something like electrician's tape. There is a very small separation on the front (end of the arm facing you) of the tone arm, where the arm (black plastic) and needle "cartridge" (red plastic) come together. I used a metal nail file and pried them apart very gently. At this point the red plastic "cartridge" with the broken needle was hanging but still connected on either side. The red plastic "cartridge" is made with tiny plastic 'bumps' that pop into indentations built into the black plastic of the arm. Again, using my metal nail file, I simply held the arm and pried the red plastic "cartridge" away from one side. It popped off the other immediately and fell away from the arm. Voila!