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BeoGram 1203 Tonarm connectors

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Menahem Yachad
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I just picked up a throwaway BG1203 - actually 2, and I hope to get one functional unit out of them. They're both falling apart with lots of loose bits inside.

If anyone wants spares - let me know, and what I have left over when I'm finished, you're welcome.

Here is something I've not seen before. It fits into the 4 holes normally for the SP cartridge. Neither of the TT's had an SP cartridge attached.

Does anyone know what this is? I thought maybe an adapter for a non-B&O cartridge.

And of course, if anyone has any tips to save me some headaches while restoring this, I'd be most appreciative.

Menahem

 


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DMacri
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That is the inner workings of the cartridge. The needle portion slides over that portion and is held in place by a small screw on the bottom. That type of cartridge was made to allow easy needle replacement.

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Menahem Yachad
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Thanks!

So now I understand that I need only the Shell, and a stylus, right?

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All you need is a (complete) stylus. It includes the metallic outer part that is missing from your picture.

Perhaps the pic under SP6/7 is enlightening:

http://www.beoworld.org/prod_details.asp?pid=711

--mika

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