Thorens TD125 mk2 Resto

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    mjp200581

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    Yes that's the one. Well actually my motor and pulley are the type which use a grub screw to secure it to the shaft rather than the circlip but basically it's the same thing.

    Lovely bit of kit!
     
    mjp200581, Jul 23, 2015
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    Where did you get potentiometers? Parts number, if possible?
     
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    The pots I used came from Rapid Online. They are made by Piher and are the 15mm type.

    Here are the part numbers I used:
    51-9093
    51-9098
    51-9094
    51-9099
     
    killie99, Dec 24, 2015
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    Hi...i am a new user here. As per my observation those caps are definitely going to be film types at the pf level - very likely polystyrene. Just be careful with the soldering iron tip as this type of cap doesn't cope well with heat on the leads.
     
    ChesLans, May 8, 2018
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