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Restek amplifier channels cut out sometimes

I have a Restek Fable amplifier, and sometimes the left or right channel cut out or get fuzzy. Turning up the volume (?) and then back down again seems to fix the problem. Does anyone have any idea how to troubleshoot this problem?
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HC

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My Restek has the same problem.
Change the volume potentiometer. Use an 10KOhm Alps potentiometer and your problem should be solved.
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