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Volume control The volume control knob seems to increase volume regardless of which direction it is turned.

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Spelled Potentiometer, also called simply a volume pot. Costs 5 bucks or so.

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Well here goes a spelling problem for me. You need to replace a component called a podentiomiter. It is the actual volume control behind the knob. I have had to replace a few of these, and pioneer seems to to more prone to these problems.

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