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    Quote Originally Posted by Kvaal View Post
    nothing showing for me ...
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    Seems i can`t do this. I only get lagging.

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    you need to use the IMG link from the hosting site, paste that in. None of the others will work.
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    Thanks Macca!

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    I collect the water from a dehumidifier (In reply to using freezer ice !! lol)
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    Tempered water from the tap with drop of dishwasher makes my records as new. Even new records get better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kvaal View Post
    Tempered water from the tap with drop of dishwasher makes my records as new. Even new records get better.
    Dishwasher.....rinse aid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulf-2007 View Post
    Dishwasher.....rinse aid?
    I mean the soap you use when washing the dishes. Was it wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulf-2007 View Post
    Having only seen photos of rcm's and nobody explaining how they work, I made my own, a nos lenco belt drive that I used the chassis and sub platter, with a 15rpm reverseable motor and VPI suction piece, coupled to a wet vac. I spray some record cleaning liquid on and then spread it with a brush, then vac it dry. Results are not that good. So thinking to buy a proper one, but would like a more detailed explanation of how yours works, rather than just " I've got xyz and it works fine "
    On the other hand what should I be doing that perhaps I'm not that would improve my results, the vac works fine.
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    I bought the Moth RCM kit Years ago (maybe 10yrs) The wooden chassis takes a bit of effort and time cut it correctly . When finally assembled it has very good power and cleans well. It is also convenient and easy to use. There's a strong motor that sucks the air out of a sealed box. in this box is the waste fluid reservoir connected to the pipe that dries the record. It took me a long while to realise it is worth buying proper formulated solution like L'art du son. which I now use because I get much better sounding records

    http://www.britishaudiostore.com/mot...chine-mk2-kit/
    Last edited by Castroil; 09-06-2018 at 01:40. Reason: I'm new

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