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I have the above named subwoofer. The volume control is bad. I have contacted panasonic. I gave them the part # to the volume control. They said somebody was going to contact me but of-no-avail.

What is the part # of the board that the volume control is attached to?
Would it be a good advise to change this board or just deal with the volume control???

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Hi, i will sugest you , just clean the volume control with lighter fluid,, then let it dry,, its just a dirt,, try it,, ,, coz iv done it many times. . . . god bless .. gud luck

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