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Volume erratic on technics sag76 model

I have an older technics SAG76 reciever, and the volume will suddenly go wide open even on a low setting. What is the fix, and could I attempt to repair it myself?

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Buy some CAIG De-oxit.
It's made for cleaning contacts and controls.
You'll need to open the case ( UNPLUGGED)
and shoot some de-oxit into the volume control . There should be a **** or something to spray into.

You can get De-oxit at radio shack or

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