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Help with Ittock repair

Discussion in 'd.i.y.' started by jwilding, Sep 26, 2011.

  1. jwilding

    jwilding pfm Member

    Hello All,
    Can anyone help me out with a picture or a diagram of which wires goes where on an ittock? I'm looking to re solder the internal wires to the plug end. Thanks for your help.


  2. 337alant

    337alant Negatively Biased

    L (Left) = white
    LG (Left Ground) = blue
    R (Right) = red
    RG (Right Ground) = green
  3. 337alant

    337alant Negatively Biased

    Looking at the din socket, up into the arm, there are 5 pins if you numbered the pins starting from the lower left and going round clockwise it would be as follows;-
    1-red Right signal
    2-Green Right ground
    3- arm ground black if its in a linn TT it should have a short lead for the ground in the turntable and a long one to go to your Phono stage
    4-White Left signal
    5- Blue Left ground
    check with a multimeter from head shell to plug and plug to phono stage

    2 . .4
    1 . .5

  4. jwilding

    jwilding pfm Member

    Hi Alan,

    Thank you for your response. It was very helpful.



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