You can buy a tally counter on Amazon for about $10. Works great
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My original purchase of the Audiodesk leaked in the first 24hr that I had it. The factory replaced it with a Pro Model within a week. It had the larger drain cap which leaked at first ; Had to really screw it tight the first time, but is alright now and I am at my fourth (4) water change.
I agree that a counter is a good thing. I bought one on the net at Engineers Supply. High quality mechanical counter for about $20.
I use my VPI for grungy recordings or final rinse w/ RO water (use different tubes)
Wonder what happened to my washer ? Quality control. In any event I love the thing and find it does an excellent job cleaning records although I would not put a grungy garage find in it - for that I would use my VPI first then the Audio Desk.
Also we all have levels but since certain maintenance items depend on number of records cleaned - why not some type of digital or mechanical counter ? It would easier then the notebook and pen I keep near the unit to keep track of number of records cleaned.
Hello Deadlift - I did the same as you. The Pro version is definitely improved in function from the original. I just checked the drain plug fitting...mine does have a rubber washer installed from the factory. My Pro has not leaked. I purchased my original unit pre-owned and used that as a trade-in on the Pro, so incremental out of pocket for the Pro was "reasonable" in my mind.