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I have a simple question to ask. My amp was to loud and I bothered a friend to turn it down for me. Problem is he turned it down all the way. How would I turn the volume up on my amp myself? I have an idea of how to do it. But I just don;t trust my insincts.

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Set the volume on your cd player to where you like it. Then rotate the knob labeled "gain" clockwise until you reach a volume you are comfortable with. Always stop if your sound becomes distorted and back the gain down.

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Goahead no problem there

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Doesn't sound like a fuse. They don't fix themselves when you reach 75%.

Try shaking the volume knob while in the 30-50% range and/or try (with the power off) rotating the volume knob numerous times from 0% to 100%. If when you plug it back in it responds ANY differently, you might have a bad volume potentiometer. If when you shake the knob you hear static or intermittent sound, you have a bad volume pot.

The only other thing I can think of is that the wiper of the volume pot is not in contact with the windings inside the pot until you reach the 75% mark. When the volume comes on at 75%, does it start off kind of "static" then come in loud and clear? Also try this.... adjust the volume pot to 74% (or when the sound just begins to come on). At this point shake the knob. If you hear static, replace the volume pot.

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