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 Post subject: Will a Dual C1007 Mat work on a Dual 1007 Turntable?
PostPosted: May Fri 31, 2019 12:45 am 
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The mat on my Dual 1007 turntable is brittle and cracked. I found a replacement one for a Dual C1007 turntable and it LOOKS like it would work. Does anyone know if these are interchangeable?

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 Post subject: Re: Will a Dual C1007 Mat work on a Dual 1007 Turntable?
PostPosted: Jun Mon 10, 2019 10:06 pm 
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It seems so, I asked somebody who is familar with that player.
From the beginning up to the early 60s this player had different updates
on the platter.
What means "C"? This appendix is unknown.

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 Post subject: Re: Will a Dual C1007 Mat work on a Dual 1007 Turntable?
PostPosted: Jun Sat 15, 2019 4:23 pm 
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The on-line SAMS x-ref indicates SAMS 665-6 for 1007A. The hard copy of SAMS 665-6 indicates a model C1007A in the title. A part number for the mat is not entered. But it's unlikely Dual would have different mat size for basic model number designation. I go with "yes"; someone may have measurements.

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 Post subject: Re: Will a Dual C1007 Mat work on a Dual 1007 Turntable?
PostPosted: Jun Sat 15, 2019 5:36 pm 
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Well, I found a mat for a Dual 1007A, and although the mat is the correct size, and fits the turntable well, the clip that holds the mat to the spindle shaft does not fit properly, resulting in friction, and a slowing of the turntable speed. I modified the way it attaches to the shaft, and although slightly loose now, it does function fine and will serve the purpose until I can locate a mat for the 1007 model.

Someone on this thread asked about the "A" in the model number. I do not know what the "A" stands for, but i do see it called out as a separate/distinct model from the 1007 without the "A" and the turntables do look a bit different, particularly in how the controls look/function.

Again, I am amazed by the knowledge and willingness to help that comes out of this forum. You all are the BEST!

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