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--- On Sun, 11/7/10, Jack Raymond <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Can anyone advise me what kind of specialist I should be
> looking for to 
> get the machine repaired?  I doubt that a
> run-of-the-mill electronic 
> repair shop would be a good fit.  Maybe some kind of
> scientific laboratory?  Someone at a university who might
> free-lance?  I live in the Washington DC area.


I'd give West-Tech Services a call.  They rebuild phono
cartridges, including winding new coils, so they're
experienced in dealing with tiny, balky wires.  And in my
experience, they're not afraid to tackle something new.

http://west-techservices.com