Nima nut

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Gromit
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Re: Nima nut

Post by Gromit » Mon Jan 09, 2017 8:47 pm

Mr Onion wrote:Now THATS what I call a spanner
Too right - the 'Birmingham scalpel' as the say. :)

Looking forward to thursday - have sorted some good choons to bring along.
Afro LP12/Cirkus/Kore/Herc II/Roksan Nima/Hana EL/Dynavector P75/Cyrus 8vs-PSX-R/Royd Sintra II...oh, and some digital thingy.

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Re: Nima nut

Post by Mr Fixit » Tue Jan 10, 2017 10:34 am

Gromit wrote:
Mr Onion wrote:Now THATS what I call a spanner
Too right - the 'Birmingham scalpel' as the say. :)

Looking forward to thursday.
Yes indeed and great. Now you see why it's a bit of a :smt017

My initial feeling is that the board has compressed a little, thus allowing the nut to move. However, I have about half a dozen new Rega cut boards in stock that I use in order of delivery, so I know the boards have had a chance to sit a while before use as condensation from cold lorries to warm shop is a continual factor to consider this time of year.

KR

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Re: Nima nut

Post by Jazz Club » Wed Jan 11, 2017 9:36 pm

Peter,
How long does a new board have to sit at room temperature before it can be used after coming in from the cold to stop it compressing ?

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Re: Nima nut

Post by Mr Fixit » Wed Jan 11, 2017 11:22 pm

Jazz Club wrote:Peter,
How long does a new board have to sit at room temperature before it can be used after coming in from the cold to stop it compressing ?
The boards should be and as far as I'm concerned are pretty darn stable and so my actions are just precautionary.

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