Introduction

In this guide you will learn how to replace a broken or old needle on a Sony PS1100. The green needle cartridge is one solid component, that must be replaced together. The needle cannot simply be replaced by itself. The Sony VL-30G is the proper cartridge for the PS1100 Record player, and can be found in most record shops.

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Place the Arm of the record player into the latch to ensure that it does not move during the needle replacement. The arm must be fully locked into place The arm must be fully locked into place
  • Place the Arm of the record player into the latch to ensure that it does not move during the needle replacement.

  • The arm must be fully locked into place

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Firmly grip both sides of the cartridge with your thumb and index fingers.
  • Firmly grip both sides of the cartridge with your thumb and index fingers.

  • CAREFULLY pull the entire cartridge so that it slides out towards the front of the arm holding the needle.

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Using the New cartridge (Sony VL-30G) gently slide into the arm of the record player. It will click into place when inserted properly. Be careful not to touch the needle when inserting the cartridge or else you risk breaking the new one.
  • Using the New cartridge (Sony VL-30G) gently slide into the arm of the record player. It will click into place when inserted properly.

  • Be careful not to touch the needle when inserting the cartridge or else you risk breaking the new one.

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Once the needle clicks into place, test the record player to ensure that the needle works properly.
  • Once the needle clicks into place, test the record player to ensure that the needle works properly.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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