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Search for a replacement stylus on my dad's Grundig stereogram RC400GB

All I know it was black thin and one side of stylus played LP's and the other 48's is it possible to get these and do you know where from?
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This is a VERY VAGUE description. I can name about 30 styli that fit this description.

More than likely the original replacement stylus is no longer available. You'll probably have to purchase a new cartridge assembly. The following should fit your model, however, if you can provide me with the model of your turntable, I can find an exact fit.

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