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Old 19th May 2009, 02:14 AM   #1
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Default Need help reading a pot from an old amp

I'm a total n00b at audio electronics, but my son got a very nice amp from a near relative that needs some work. Two pots (Bass and Accent) on it are damaged -- someone tried gluing the knobs on. It works great otherwise and I'm up for some soldering work.

I need help decoding the markings on the damaged pots so I can replace them:

10-7 50K (ohm) 19-7409

The amp is at least 30 years old, and chock full of tubes. The pots look original.

Can anyone recommend replacement parts, or at least a decoding?

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Old 19th May 2009, 09:33 AM   #2
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It's a 50k ohm, linear taper pot.
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