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Re: [ARSCLIST] Instant Recording Discs, was Re: [ARSCLIST] Record Gunk

The solution I use is to drill a hole in a turntable mat aligned with the second hole, stick a thin screw in it up side down, put the mat back on the turntable, and put the record on the spindle, aligning the second hole with the protruding screw.

Steve Smolian

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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Instant Recording Discs, was Re: [ARSCLIST] Record Gunk

In a message dated 10/12/2006 10:13:59 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
fbsdmd@xxxxxxxxx writes:
Other than to say drill the hole bigger, which I'm sure is the wrong
answer, I can't help with the playing of these disks.  I can say, however,
that the pin in the middle of the platter has usually been called a

Usually the tip of the spindle is tapered or rounded. A solution sometimes
suggested if the spindle is not removable, also useful for centering, is to
place other records on the turntable first to raise the disc above the start of
the taper.

Mike Csontos

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