Question about Pioneer VSX-D409
If you can find a replacement part, replace it. it's possible that the sliding carbon has worn out
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
It has a rotary encoder, not a carbon surfaced potentiometer. Anyway, you have to clean the surfaces of that encoder, but it's hard. You have to desolder it from the pcb, take it apart and probably you won't be able to assemble the rotary encoder again. :-) But it worth to try.
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