I'm totally stumped and figured I'd turn here for a little help on what I can do to fix this. I took in the delivery of a new AT-VM95ML cartridge yesterday and a AT-HS10 BK headshell from LP Gear to install on my Technics SL-1610 MK I. The turntable and platter is level. I zero the tonearm, set the tracking force to the standard 2 grams as stated in the manual and use my stylus alignment protractor to make sure the outer and inner point is perpendicular. Azimuth looks correct and I set the anti-skate to 2. I take a record to test everything is setup correctly and the stylus skips inward as soon as it lands on the lead-in groove. Surprised, I setup the Nagaoka MP-110 cartridge the AT-VM95ML is replacing, do the above procedure and it tracks perfectly. No anti-skating issues. I repeat the procedure with the AT cartridge and the stylus skips inward again. I haven't had any issues up until now with this turntable and am surprised that this is happening with what appeared to be fairly easy installation. Does anybody have any tips to figure out what I could be doing wrong or what I'm missing as far as setting up this new cartridge? Thank you.