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How can you take the arm off of a numark tt1625 turntable, is it possible to fix?

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How can you take the arm off of a numark tt1625 turntable, is it possible to fix?

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1. Power off the turntable and any connected mixers, amplifiers or monitoring devices. 2. Remove the Cartridge from the tonearm tube that is currently installed on the tonearm tube by rotating the locking collar counter clockwise. 3. Unclip the tonearm tube from the armrest. 4. Remove the tonearm tube by rotating the locking collar counter clockwise. 5. Insert the desired tonearm into the tonearm assembly with the screws FACING TOWARDS THE TURNTABLE BODY. 6. Tighten the tonearm tube in place by rotating the inner collar clockwise. WARNING: It is only necessary to tighten the tonearm tube lock collar until resistance is felt. Over tightening the tonearm tube lock collar will damage the tonearm tube.

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If you have already decided to disassemble your turntable, then for the best sound and high-quality sound reproduction, it would be best for you to replace your old cartridge with a new, more modern one. There are many models out there now, I bought the Technics sl 1200 from Stereodamage, it’s just amazing with a clean sound, you can see more details in the Artem Ali review here https://stereodamage.com/best-cartridge-for-technics-1200/ . After looking at the review, you can find the cartridge that suits you. My advice is to remember to wear a protective case when not in use, and it will last a very long time.

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