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When i put the arm over the disk and move down the lever the apm stays into the up position.
It has to do with an adjustment?

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Under the tone arm next to the lever ther is a sort of plastic bar which lifts the tone arm when lever is up right, look along that bar and there is a screw which you turn as you would to tighten anything.you will see the bar move down,try again and if you still have the same problem repeat the process till done......

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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