Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-14 Thread Rich via Phono-L
*Sent:* Saturday, January 12, 2019 5:39:10 PM *To:* phono-l@oldcrank.org *Cc:* Rich *Subject:* Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! I previously answered your finish question in an earlier post. The closest thing to what was used OEM is Behlen Violin Varnish, can be difficult

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Robert Wright via Phono-L
ure you may have, but I never saw it. Either way I appreciate the info. >> >> *From:* Phono-L on behalf of Rich via Phono-L >> >> *Sent:* Saturday, January 12, 2019 5:39:10 PM >> *To:* phono-l@oldcrank.org >> *Cc:*

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Ron L'Herault via Phono-L
Phono-L Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2019 7:56 PM To: phono-l@oldcrank.org Cc: Rich Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! Testors Airplane Dope is a liquid and not airplane glue. It is basically a lacquer and it dries rock hard and also shrinks so no brush marks and ripples

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Rich via Phono-L
normal paint thinner? *From:* Phono-L on behalf of Rich via Phono-L *Sent:* Sunday, January 13, 2019 5:51:58 PM *To:* phono-l@oldcrank.org *Cc:* Rich *Subject:* Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Robert Wright via Phono-L
What would you use to thin airplane glue? Any normal paint thinner? From: Phono-L on behalf of Rich via Phono-L Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2019 5:51:58 PM To: phono-l@oldcrank.org Cc: Rich Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Rich via Phono-L
: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! I previously answered your finish question in an earlier post. The closest thing to what was used OEM is Behlen Violin Varnish, can be difficult to find but it works well. The base coats were plain shellac followed by a top coat of the Violin Varnish

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Ron L'Herault via Phono-L
he > info. > > *From:* Phono-L on behalf of Rich via > Phono-L > *Sent:* Saturday, January 12, 2019 5:39:10 PM > *To:* phono-l@oldcrank.org > *Cc:* Rich > *Subject:* Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! > I previously answer

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Ron L'Herault via Phono-L
And that would have been applied to metal finished parts? Ron L -Original Message- From: Phono-L [mailto:phono-l-boun...@oldcrank.org] On Behalf Of Rich via Phono-L Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 6:39 PM To: phono-l@oldcrank.org Cc: Rich Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Rich via Phono-L
e info. *From:* Phono-L on behalf of Rich via Phono-L *Sent:* Saturday, January 12, 2019 5:39:10 PM *To:* phono-l@oldcrank.org *Cc:* Rich *Subject:* Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! I previously answered your finish question in an earlier post. The closest thing

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Robert Wright via Phono-L
I'm sure you may have, but I never saw it. Either way I appreciate the info. From: Phono-L on behalf of Rich via Phono-L Sent: Saturday, January 12, 2019 5:39:10 PM To: phono-l@oldcrank.org Cc: Rich Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! I

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-13 Thread Robert Wright via Phono-L
to:l-boun...@oldcrank.org>] On Behalf Of Robert Wright via Phono-L Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 4:39 PM To: Antique Phonograph List Cc: Robert Wright Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! Thanks (again) Ron! I ended up using dish soap and a toothbrush to get most of it removed,

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-12 Thread Rich via Phono-L
I previously answered your finish question in an earlier post. The closest thing to what was used OEM is Behlen Violin Varnish, can be difficult to find but it works well. The base coats were plain shellac followed by a top coat of the Violin Varnish. The term VARNISH does not describe a

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-12 Thread Ron L'Herault via Phono-L
and is really tough. Ron L From: Phono-L [mailto:phono-l-boun...@oldcrank.org] On Behalf Of Robert Wright via Phono-L Sent: Friday, January 11, 2019 4:39 PM To: Antique Phonograph List Cc: Robert Wright Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along! Thanks (again) Ron! I ended up using

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-12 Thread Robert Wright via Phono-L
Thanks (again) Ron! I ended up using dish soap and a toothbrush to get most of it removed, but I'll try the WD-40 method. My main concern was that the arms that move with the tonearm didn't move easily at all, but I think the hot water I was using melted away a good bit of the gunk that was

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-11 Thread Rich via Phono-L
The closest thing to what was used OEM is Behlen Violin Varnish, can be difficult to find but it works well. The base coats were plain shellac followed by a top coat of the Violin Varnish. On 1/10/19 5:08 PM, Robert Wright via Phono-L wrote: Hello and happy new year to everyone! Two quick

Re: [Phono-L] Credenza X and VE8-12X coming along!

2019-01-11 Thread Ron L'Herault via Phono-L
You only need to remove old oil from the joints and hand crud from the finish. I'd use (have used) WD040 and a toothbrush to clean the mechanism and spray cleaner like Fantastic to clean the gold. Do not use polish. Relubricate moving parts with light oil. Put oil on the pad to avoid squeal.