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Bypassing renkus heinz p1500 potentiometer. I need to bypass the potentiometer on my amp. I cant get parts and the pots are bad. I just want to bypass them and run the amp full out. can you advise?

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As the pots are part of the necessary feedback loop for the final stage, I would recommend that you jumper the wiper of each respective pot to its "full on" position. Problem solved!...accordianman

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Disconnect from the mains.
Unscrew the four screws in the top
Slide out the chassis
Remove the knobs
Unscrew the pot nuts
Unclip/unscrew the PCB
Unsolder the pot
Solder in new one.
Re-assemble in reverse order
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