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I need a function knob for a fisher rs-1080 stereo receiver amp

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  • sfoley207 Mar 26, 2009

    sorry about getting back so late i responded earlier but i guess it went to the wrong address. i need the large function knob on the far right side of the receiver. not the tuning knob the finction knob which is larger than the bass and treble etc knobs it controls the functions for the phono the radio auxillary etc. it has a splined shaft that the knob fits on. the bass and treble knobs work on the same shat but they are not the right physical size as the function knob. does that help explain?

  • hamrules May 11, 2010

    Which knob exactly is it you need? I am rebuilding mine and hve some extra knobs.







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i do not see any reason why not. take it to a shop that you know they work on stereo recievers..or call around for the best place..

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Yes you can use either A or B without a problem. The restriction is when you have both A & B connected. In that case, the speakers MUST be a minimum of 8 Ohm impedence. Using either A or B, you can use speakers of 4 Ohms impedence.

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if its a new purchase with a warranty, then take it to them first to prevent any loss of coverage, and if not open it up and check for a round cylinder glass fuse, or white ceramic fuse, possibly might have blown it.
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Yes, just connect a male mini-plug/2 RCA male plug adapter into the mp3 player and connect the male RCA plugs to the AUX IN on the back of the receiver. It may take several pieces to "build" the adapter, e.g. often you'll find a male mini-plug/2 female RCA adapter, so then you'd need an RCA "patch" cable with males at both ends to complete the link.

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