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Old 15th December 2004, 11:28 PM   #1
ross1976 is offline ross1976  United Kingdom
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Hi all, great site by the way.

Now my problem. I am a complete newbie to turntables so my apology if this seems a bit simplistic!

I have just got a pro-ject debut 2 and am having problems with the setting up of the anti skating weight. The manual states I need to bend the 'anti skating weight support hoop' as shown in the manual debut 2 manual but the diagram makes no sense (to me) and I donít want to bend the 'anti skating weight support hoop' to far. Does anyone have a pic of how it should be done?

A downforce tool??? was also supplied but no reference is made in the manual, how does this work? i.e. where do I put it??

Any help would be greatly appreciated

Ross
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