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A Fender 15G starter amp. The Volume is on full, however turning the knob down wont turn down the volume. I took off the knob but it appears to look ok. What else could I do to fix this problem?

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The controll is broke and needs to be replaced. Most likley the amp had fallen over. If you cannot do this you can contack Pro Line Music 215-736-8055

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