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Need instructions and tips for finding parts for an old turntable model # sg-h10 in dallas tx. may need replacement needle as well as belt.

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Can you give me the make of the unit as well, we can do some searches aobut the place to see what can be found. Belts are generally not an issue as they can be fitted to suit the turntable. The stylus can be identified by often the shape and colour of it. Do you have the old one still? I have ID charts that can be used to match it up.

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