Re: Turntable again
- Hi Z friends
Going back to previous postings, I found some recomendations from you
guys regarding this issue.
Finaly my problem was solved (now I am happy).
Problem: Lack of oil
Solution: some drops of Roco oil where the guidelines recommend to
I broke-in it by spinning it serveral times in both directions.
"So the question now is if you keep pressed by a period of time (a
complete spin or more) the spinning botton, the solenoid that locks
and unlocks the bridge can run the risk of get burned?"
Thanks and best regards
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Juan Carlos Lopez" <jcarloslm@y...>
> I just received the new Marklin turntable. It has no substantialis
> difference compared with the old one, except for the additional
> trafo and the 5 pole motor. Everything else looks to be the same.
> But I have to ask you something:
> Do I have to break in the turntable motor?
> Is it normal to hear that in some positions sound like the bridge