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Old 16th July 2013, 02:16 PM   #1
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Default crossover remote volume pot re-wiring HELP

Hey folks this is my first post. I have a crossover that had a remote sub volume potentiometer. Worked great until the cord (carelessness) broke connection with the pot. My dilemma is a basic put 3 prongs. ..but I have 6 wires to deal with. Black. Blue. White. Green. Yellow.
Measuring from black as ground.....
Blue +15
Red +15
Green +24
White +24
Yellow varies with the "level" on the cross over
I don't know. Just want to check and see if anyone knew so I could lean before I just call the company. .. but I don't think I would get a proper answer.
Thanks all. Dave

Crossover is planet audio EC10b
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