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Old 22nd August 2003, 09:59 AM   #1
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I own a Thorens TD124mkII.
And I'd like to find some parts for it.
The idler,the belt and those "mushrooms" where the upper table stands.

Any help?
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Old 5th September 2003, 10:33 PM   #2
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Ki Gak: I have a TC 124 also (not a II though). The idler will be difficult to find but belts are easy. Do a internet search on Thorens TD124 and you'll find a bunch of firms that sell belts. There were a whole lot of the mushrooms selling on eBay a while back (some original at pretty high cost, but some recently molded from newer materials.) Again, on eBay, just do a search on Thorens TD124. There are a hell of a lot of these TT's sold on eBay. Hope this helps. Whatever you do, keep the TT. I put all new parts on mine in 1978, loaned it to my best friend, who got daily use out of it until 1998, then left it on and running for a couple of years straight until the motor siezed up. I got it back and bought a new belt and used a lot of oil on the motor bearings and now its like new again. Pretty good for something made in the late 50's. Built like the proverbial tank.

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Old 14th September 2003, 12:17 PM   #3
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Default Motor noise on my TD124

I have a TD124 and I changed its idler wheel and the belt. I find that I am getting pretty loud motor noise. I can place the stylus on the platter when it is stopped - the motor is still on. The motor noise is very loud. Does this mean that the motor mounting rubber grommets are shot ! I can't think of any other reason for this.
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