Posted by boB Gudgel (220.127.116.11) on January 18, 2001 at 18:05:46:
In Reply to: Re: Pots & Parts posted by Jory Fink on January 16, 2001 at 12:55:53:
I've personally fixed hundreds of these too. How you remove the pots, (if you want to take this on
yourself), is to pry them off with a 2 pronged BBQ fork. To avoid scratching the silkscreen, wrap a
piece of tape around the part of the fork that touches the front panel first. Be careful... Sometimes the knobs will
off and you may have to go looking around the room for them.
: You must remove the knobs to access the shaft to apply
: the Dibutyl......I have repaired HUNDREDS of these and
: I can honestly tell you that it is very difficult to acco mplish
: this yourself without breaking several pots by simply removing and
: reinstalling the knobs.
: Jory Fink ("tapcofixer")
: 12 years as only Tapco Service tech.
: 4045 NE 105th St
: Seattle, WA 98125
: (206) 523-9674
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