Collaro F-200-C "Custom" changer

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Re: Collaro F-200-C "Custom" changer

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I looked and looked and found nothing new.

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electra225 wrote: Thu May 02, 2024 12:08 am Gary sent it to me as an attachment. It is two pages. It is on Downloads now. (Tuners) See if you can open it.... ;)
Greg, I think you made a slight boo/boo. It's not under (Tuners) like you posted, it's under Changers and Turntables and I was able to open it.

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Of course I made a boo-boo. Why would it be under Tuners? Senior moment..... :oops: :cry: Sorry!.... :oops: :oops:

The image for the cartridge I have is on page one, the third item down, the one on the right. "KMGVX3" kit.
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No apologies necessary, just about everything I do any more is a senior moment and I sometimes wonder if getting out of bed is a good idea anymore. :roll: :lol:

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My wife tells me that I'm ready for the nursing home. Sometimes, I wonder if she might be right. I have the paint worn off the "backspace" button on my keyboard..... :oops: :oops:
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If you ready, then so am I, and I do not want to admit that yet. Maybe down the road we could get assigned to the same nursing home. ;) ;) :)

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I'll save all the changers I need redone, then. No use of me fumbling around with them when I'll have Mr. VM in the same nursing home....... ;) ;) ;) :oops: :roll: :lol:
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I am in the process of changing the cartridge in this changer. This is a job I won't enjoy. Lots of little fine wires that my old fumbling fingers have trouble with. There is no real replacement for the Euphonics E-1 cartridge. There is a glue-in kluge that I pray I'm smart enough to install and get it working. It is alleged to be an Electro-Voice cartridge of some kind, but it's tiny in comparison to the original cartridge. It comes in a kit, and the installation is quite well explained. I figured out how to remove the tone arm. The front screw uses a coil in the plastic tone arm to provide threads. The coil backed out with the screw and wouldn't pass thru the metal bracket so I could remove the tone arm. I finally armstronged it enough to booge it off. I put the coil back into the tone arm, so we'll see how that works.
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