Hello all, The forum says that I've been awarded a four year trophy, but while I've often browsed through the site I have never asked a question. I have a Grace 714 tonearm that I like very much. I'm running an old Grado Signature 2 on it (with a brand new stylus) and it sounds and performs well on my Linn LP12. The problem is this: I heard some persistent feedback on one channel when lifting the headshell and assumed that there was a faulty ground connection. I went to adjust the plug, and one of the five pins snapped clean off the din connector. A little nub of pin is caught inside with about 1 mm sticking above. I still have the rest of the pin. I tried to remove the offending nub with a soldering iron and a needle nose pliers, but did not succeed. I'm open to suggestions, and would rather send this to a professional. I'm open to rewiring the entire thing, as it's a nice arm. Michael at Britaudio has already passed, as he doesn't rewire Grace tonearms. A place in the US would be best, to avoid exorbitant fees. I'll happily spend a few hundred dollars to get a full rewire, but would also be open to a quick fix of just the plug. Any ideas? Thanks!