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Let's see if it works first. But I'll take lots of pics, if for my own reference if nothing else. One thing I've read is to use a solder pot to tin 33 ga wires... not many of us have a solder pot. I've worked with these little guys before, and you can pull your hair out trying to control such tiny stuff.
I don't have much hair left on top of my noggin. ALL!! because TINY,TINY,TINY wires. Good Luck with your project Charlie
When I was much much younger I foolishly decided to rewire a tonearm. Steady hands capable of working with near invisible wires that have to go through tiny holes... . cutting same wire insulation... Good luck, you will need LOT of it. Soldering same tiny wires. Good luck, you will need more of it there too.
I've picked up a JVC UA-5045 tonearm that will have to be rewired. Cardas 4wire cable is on it's way. The old wire barely extends past the bottom without enough exposed to easily work with. The plan is to pull a string with it, then use the string to thread the new wire. You guys that have done this before, what are the things that can go wrong? There's always something.
I wish I'd spent the extra $ on a new Jelco. It's still in pieces and needs to back together. Tomorrow. After a good night's sleep.
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