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#06 Transcriptor Hydraulic Reference

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Overview
Lid badged '71 HiFi show,might not be original as deck is probably older
Unfocused badge, but sidestrip in one piece, bent round
10'Fluid arm with one sliding and one rotating (finetune) counterweight
Square fusebox with print
Square fusebox, fuse and voltageselector separate

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