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    penance Arrogant Cock

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    I need an earth post for my phonostage but cant find one for looking.
    Anyone have a spare or know where i should be looking?
     
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    try the usual suspects, farnell, rs, maplin, the manufacturer, or other friendly makers...see if you can get a serial no off another, and get them to mail you a spare.
    Should be connected to the circuit ground tho'
     
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    penance Arrogant Cock

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    the only ones who had anything was RS but twas very small.

    Not sure about serial, its for a DIY valve phono stage;)
     
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    I've got a green 4mm binding post you can have...........came off an old NVA phono stage.

    Paul.
     
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    penance Arrogant Cock

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    Hi Paul
    sorry, only just seen your post.
    Thanks for the offer, but i have one of those and wanted to replace it with the other metal type.
     
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    No problem Andy....:)
     
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