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Old 18th October 2007, 02:28 PM   #1
Fredgg1 is offline Fredgg1  France
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Post Tandberg tr2075 volume pot

Hello,


I own aTandberg receiver TR2075. The volume potentiometer is used and needs to be replaced. I can't find any good reference to replace it.

Does anyone have an idea to either find/repair this piece (an address, a specialist, ...) or replace by a potentiometer of equivalent value. It is a 2 x 25 Kohm logarythmic ?


Thank you

Fred
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Old 2nd January 2011, 06:44 PM   #2
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Location: Fosser, Aurskog-Holand, Akershus, Norway.
I am on the case.

I'm about to rebuild some good ALPS-pots, to include the Loudness-tap at the centre.
Quite tricky as I have to make some mechanical adjustments aswell.

The finished produckts will cover all TANDBERG-radios.
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