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My Behringer BXL3000A bass amp's volume control makes a noise, so what could be the problem?

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If the noise appears only when you rotate the control, there is dust inside it. With the amp disconnected from mains, rotate the volume control from min to max back and forth for about 30 times. See if this helps. This is not a definite solution, you maybe have to replace the potentiometer or spray some potentiometer cleaner. Good luck!

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