I've seen a few online tutorials on setting anti-skate using smooth record sides and/or compact discs. I'm wondering if my vintage Denon DP-1100 vintage turntable isn't so far out of spec that I cannot get the anti-skating to pull outwards. I can definitely get the arm to race to the spindle, but not the other way around. The best I can do (using a cd) is to get zero movement, but this requires a full blast of "3" on my anti-skate. Is this, then, my ideal setting? Or am I doing something wrong? I've been using the recommended 1.8 to match the 1.8 VTF on my Denon cartridge. I did at one point use a weight to verify that 1.8 was 1.8 as marked. It turned out that the setting was .5 grams off. So I fixed that. I wonder if the anti-skate has drifted even further. Help!!