How do you replace a record player needle?

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A record player needle needn't be replaced unless it is damaged. Many times, a dull needle will give the impression that the unit is broken. However, 'shaving' the needle with a flint will often fix contact problems associated with unplayable records.
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1. Turn off your record player and speakers. If your turntable has a built-in preamp, it may be easier to switch it off, so you don't have to get up and turn off a set of speakers
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Stylus.
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How to Install a Record Player Needle
In order to ensure continuing high-quality sound, record players need to be refined, precision machines. The pressure exerted by the needle on the record needs to be enough to keep the needle securely in the groove, and to transmit the vibration... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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