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Lazydraw

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  1. I just scooped a piece of turntable history for 10 bucks. A Sears Electronics multi changer made by BSR, just like the one I used to stack KISS records on in the mid-late 70's. Came armed with the classic 'Genuine Diamond LP stylus' and works great… except for one thing: the auto return doesn't automatically return because the needle doesn't lock into the inner return groove of most records. Reading online forums, I found mention of an 'arm detection adjustment screw' but have been unable to find anything that does this on my new ride. Otherwise, the thing works great… especially for stacking crap vinyl. Tips would be greatly appreciated... (similar, but not identical to the one pictured here)
  2. I just scooped a fabulous piece of turntable history. A Sears Electronics multi changer made by BSR, just like the one I used to stack KISS records on in the mid-late 70's. Came armed with the classic 'Genuine Diamond LP stylus' and works great… except for one thing: the auto return doesn't automatically return because the needle doesn't lock into that inner return groove of most records. Tips would be greatly appreciated... This is for stacking up crap vinyl for extended sonic ambience…
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