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Victrola VV 35 - does it share any parts with other Victors?
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Author:  De Soto Frank [ Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Victrola VV 35 - does it share any parts with other Victors?

I am trying to sort-out a VV-35 for a friend.


Wrong crank, bodged Ortho reproducer (should be # 2), one governor spring was replaced and is too long...


Does the VV-35 share any of the above parts with any other Victor machines ?


Am trying to broaden my internet searches if I can...



Thanks...


Frank

Author:  GregVTLA [ Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:18 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Victrola VV 35 - does it share any parts with other Vict

Not sure about the crank but I'm pretty sure that the reproducer and governor springs are universal. Even so, the VV-35 is pretty easy to find so parts should be readily available.

Good luck!

Author:  Victrola-Monkey [ Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:37 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Victrola VV 35 - does it share any parts with other Vict

Victrola-Monkey wrote:
Picked up a VV-35 J-tube (and tonearm) for $22 on Ebay and installed it with a spare No. 2 reproducer on the tonearm on this Chilean late model VV-50. Sounds loud and clear. I see that the VV-35 incorporated the angle correction in the J-tube, which is good. Also picked up a set of handle holder hardware for $18, so still in it for less than $150 and still a great deal. Gonna move the ID plate back inside where it came from. As for the Chilean ortho reproducer and J-tube, that's wrapped and stuffed in the horn for now.


The above is from a previous posting of mine. Not sure how to link this reply to that previous posting.

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