[Phono-L] Ron Sitko - Contact Information - RE: Nifty Nirona spring size?
BoSommers at Adelphia.Net
Tue May 16 05:38:33 PDT 2006
Here is Ron's contact information:
56 Church Hill Road
Waterford, NY 12188
The best time to try to call him (I have found) is after 7:00PM. I have
never stumped him yet, and something makes me think he's seen at least a few
Nifty Nironas over the years....
From: phono-l-bounces at oldcrank.org [mailto:phono-l-bounces at oldcrank.org] On
Behalf Of Ken & Brenda Brekke
Sent: Tuesday, May 16, 2006 6:40 AM
To: Antique Phonograph List
Subject: Re: [Phono-L] Nifty Nirona spring size?
I would suggest contacting Ron Sitko in New York. I don't have his contact
information handy but I am sure that someone elso on this list would. Ron
has information on just about any phonograph spring. He is also the most
reasonable with prices on phonograph parts.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don Mayer" <donmayer at shaw.ca>
To: <phono-l at oldcrank.org>
Sent: Monday, May 15, 2006 9:43 PM
Subject: [Phono-L] Nifty Nirona spring size?
> Hello All,
> I am sitting here looking at a Nifty Nirona that needs a new spring.
> It features a tone arm that enters a little reflecting shell at the
> back of the machine. Ordinarily a spring would not a problem, but the
> original one is missing. That means that I need to determine the
> spring's thickness and length. Does anyone out there have a dimension
> for this spring? I have located one spring listing for a "Nifty" that
> could be correct, but I thought it worth a note to the list to
> enquire if anyone has recently had one out for a look.
> Thanks if you can help,
> Don Mayer
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