Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I cant seem to find anywhere where i can get a replacement balance switch as mine is well & truly broken beyond repair, can you recommend somewhere who might be able to help me??
Finding a replacement control will probably be expensive (over $20 including shipping) so here's a cheap + dirty fix. Most people never use the balance control so losing it won't usually matter.
The control is probably labeled something like 10kohms. Take a digital multimeter and measure the value from each of the outside terminals to the center one then replace the control with two resistors with the values you just measured.
If you still want to replace it, ask over at www.audiokarma.org and somebody should be able to suggest a parts source.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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