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Thread: Found a place the fixes the stupid volume knob on our radios!

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    Quote Originally Posted by John in VA View Post
    Any details?
    If I remember right, the knob pushes on a part of the circuit board that is vertical, and that with time, angles backward. If you take radio out, take top cover off, you will have no problem seeing what is going on as you push the knob.
    Little piece of wood nudged between the back side of the little vertical circuit board and a capacitor or something like that behind, stopped the motion of my knob.
    It has been a long time so I hope I remember correctly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vas View Post
    I 3d printed a new brackets and did a diy install. That cost is kinda high

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oli77 View Post
    Perfectly cut and glued little piece of balsa wood did the trick for me (about 8 years ago).

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