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 Post subject: For Sale: Collaro AC34 Motor, auto brake, turntable Parts
PostPosted: Wed Nov 20, 2019 6:06 pm 
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Victor IV
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Included are all parts, including the collaro auto brake, turntable, speed control arm and the motor, the motor is currently non functional, the top plate is pot metal and has expanded, also when running a current it yielded no response, which suggests a break in the circuit, it could be in the exposed wires, or could be in the coil, I don't have my multimeter here to test further.

With the motor itself, the body is solid, the governor is good and complete, and the spindle and gear are fine, so it could be a candidate for re-building or the parts used for other similar motors.

£25gbp ono + actual cost of shipping

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