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Re: arsclist 78 cleaning machines.
Loctite makes a threadlocker series of their super glue. Some are not
permanent but have medium or high strength. You may want to consider them
as a simple, long term, inexpensive solution to your problem.
At 10:56 AM 8/21/01 -0400, you wrote:
Susan Harvey wrote:
>> have recently had to replace the motor -
>> for an additional cost of $380-because the
>> turntable would not stay attached to
>> the record spindle.
I work with an "Archivist" Monks machine, purchased about two years
I also have a problem with the turntable not staying attached to the
spindle after a period of time -- maybe 50 records or so. However, I
haven't replaced the motor. My solution has been this: I remove the
black surface pad from the turntable, unscrew the flat metal ring that
holds the turntable to the black plastic spindle part, then tighten
the two "allen-key" screws located at the base of the spindle part.
It's a cumbersome and time consuming process, but fixes the problem
for a period of time.
Otherwise the machine has been fine.
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