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I don't think you really want to play a record on that thing, even if you
could find a new arm.  If you want it to work, and assuming the electronics
are still alive, try to retrofit a modern record player (turntable) into
the cabinet, something that won't grind up records too badly.
Best, John


On Thu, Mar 27, 2014 at 2:25 PM, James Roth <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hello everyone,
>
> I just inherited an old portable Ultratone phonograph, made by Audio
> Industries.
> The swinging extension arm(?) (the part that holds the head [with the
> needle] broke.
> It seems to be made of pot metal.  I went to lift it to insert a needle
> and it more-or-less crumbled.
> I have 3 pictures, so if anyone wants to see them, ping me off-line.
> I'm hoping I can get a replacement.
>
> Thanks.
> Ben Roth
>