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Old 23rd December 2003, 02:33 PM   #1
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Anyone know anything about the bass and treble pots on this Onkyo unit? I purchased one with a bad bass pot, it had been physically damaged somewhere along the way. It is a dual element 12mm snap in type.

Anyone know the value of each element and the taper? The only markings I found on the case are:

230Y
527M

I want to order a replacement part to fix it. Anyone have schems for this unit?
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Old 23rd December 2003, 02:50 PM   #2
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IF it's the shaft that broke...you could try measuring the outermost 2 legs to get the value of the pot...
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Hi,


The treble and bass controls are the same.
R407=Bass
R413=treble

R407,R413= P/N 5104230= description, N14RLC100KWT22Z, Variable

They are 100K

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Thanks very much, this info is just what I needed. Have a great holiday
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Thanks for the info, I ordered the parts from Onkyo direct and they were exactly the right part. Thanks for your help.

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