Question about JVC RX-318 Receiver
The volume control is lose and you have to hold to get it to work. It is mounted on a board that pugs in on the main board. Where can I buy one.
The number on the volume control board is MCS M27A
The problem you describe is common to JVC amps. This control has a motor mounted on the back of the circuit card that drives the volume control up or down using the remote control for this system. The looseness of the volume control cannot be repaired. The shaft has separated from the potentiometer. I don't know if JVC has this part any longer but it has to be replaced as a unit (volume control card).
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
Wow...I googed for that part and couldn't find it. I'd call JVC and ask to speak to a service technician. I don't think you could replace it with an old potentiometer. You need the one with the right resistance and size.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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