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Replacement Volume Knob Onkyo TX-5811


Maybe the cheapest and the best way to get the knob is to check ebay and buy the hole receiver for parts or check the link below. :) hope it helps

https://www.partstore.com/OpenSearch/Model/Onkyo+Corporation/Onkyo.aspx

Jan 29, 2014 | Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders

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Need to replace volume knob


Did mine years back - need to find part RV1802 1-418-773-11 ENCODER, ROTARY (MASTER VOLUME)
Volume went up and down turning in one direction. About 2 hour job, pull both knobs off, remove cover and front plate to get to volume switch assembly, replacement part requires desoldering and solder on new part.

Nov 24, 2013 | Sony STR-DE1075 Receiver

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The spindle connecting the volume control knob to the control itself has broken. Does the whole assembly need to be replaced? I don't have the old spindle.


Do you mean the spindle on the back of the round knob? If this is the case then you simply need a new knob from the manufacures as the bit that fits over the pin coming out of the machine is a one peice moulded item. If you are very nice to customer services at Kenwood, they may send you one for free. Next time be a wee bit more careful not to knock the control knob as it is quite delicate.

IF on the other hand it is the volume spindle couming out of the unit, then yes this is a whole item replacement. This will need to be repaired by either a accredited Kenwood repair agent or a competent repair shop depending on whether this item is still under gaurantee or not.

Mar 15, 2011 | Kenwood KRF-V4060D Receiver

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The loudness knob has suddenly stopped working. The knob just spins, won't turn on the receiver at all. Any ideas?


The knobs are usually connected to a potentiometer; basically a variable resistor circuit with a long shaft that the knob attaches to. The knob could be secured to the shaft with a plastic grommet, which can be stripped. It could be attached by a small screw on the knob, and tightening that would fix it. Or, it's possible that the potentiometer itself broke, and would need to be replaced.

If the "pot" is broken, a repair shop should be able to fix it for less than $50. If you're handy with tools, you can take the 7100A apart; hopefully read the specs from the potentiometer; and buy a new one. Replacing it shouldn't take more than a few screwdrivers, some pliers, and a soldering iron...

Good luck!

Feb 06, 2011 | Sherwood 7100A Receiver

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I need replacement volume control knob for GoldSstar stereo. It's over 10 years old.


check ebay there is a lot of people that sell knobs and such for older receivers for this very reason. older units that have failed and they strip it down etc. I'm not sure on your receiver but have seen many used knob sets the last few days for various systems.

Jan 06, 2011 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Need replacement knobs


The tuner, selector and volume knobs of many brands of receivers are interchangeable and easily modifiable to make fit when needed.

Dec 21, 2009 | Aiwa AV-S17 Receiver

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I have a cobra 142 base, and the receive is all most clear out. where should I start looking for the problem?


Check the RF gain knob. It should be all the way up. If the knob is bad, this could be the problem. You can un solder the wires from this knob, and hook them together to give you max gain, if your receive is back when you do that, the knob is bad.

You can replace the knob, (Call cobra for the part) or you can leave it soldered together, put some heat shrink on it so it doesn't short, and use it like that.

It doesn't really need RF gain.

Now on that radio, the RF gain is on a double knob with the SWR calibration. RF gain is only 2 wires, and the SWR CAL is 3. You would take the 2 wires next to each other and hook them together.

If there is still no receive, then the radio needs a tech. A part has failed in the receive section of the radio in the RFgain section. Probably a resistor lost its value.

Nov 19, 2009 | Radio Communications

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Volume varies by itself on the Yamaha htr5840 Receiver


The pod that controls the volume knob is either very dirty or needs replaced! (If you remove knob you will see the shaft of the volume pod go into the pod itself) You may try cleaning with a can of high pressure air by spraying short bursts of air in and around the pod area! If that doesent work you will have to replace the volume pod!...Please rate my response! Thank You!

Jan 11, 2009 | Yamaha HTR-5840 Receiver

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Yamaha RX-V800 volume knob on receiver not working.


It sounds like the volume control pod has gone bad and needs replaced (The knob shaft connects to the pod main body and the inside of the volume pod is what controls the rate of volume,If the inside becomes worn ,broken or dirty the volume will become erratic) Replace volume pod ! ..You may try cleaning by taking off the volume knob and getting a can of pressure air and blowing the dust out!
Please rate response!!

Jan 06, 2009 | Yamaha RX-V800 Receiver

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Broken volume knob


I located the remote control for the unit and it works fine. As the unit is not the primary amplifier for the home stereo system, I use the remote to control the volume. Thank you for your quick responce, and I will keep you in mind for any future needs.

George Keeler

Dec 31, 2008 | KLH R5100 Receiver

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