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Looking for schematic for soundstick

The volume control has crapped out and i would like to replace it.  has anybody seen such a thing?  thanks.

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If it's the "touch" sensor control I don't have a cue, but if it's the knob on the back of the sub it's just a 4 pin w/out a switch. Open the thing up by removing the rubber feet, then taking out the 4 long screws (not the ones on the faceplate but the one's under where the feet were) there's a shield in place directly above the mother board (7 screws?) there's a lot going on on this board but the vol. is relatively isolated use a soldering iron and a wick (vac works better) to clean the pins and make sure you clear all the solder because it would **** to get this far along just to pull up the printed conductors of the board. Any way a replacement should only be a couple dollars @ Fry's or R-shack

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