Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I need a potentiometer for a sansui 5500 receiver. It is 250K ohm (B) 2, the original stock number was 1010510. I'm having a hard time locating one. Anyone know who would have one or know of a new substitute that would work?
SOURCE: Sansui 5500
Yes. You can get replacement bulbs and no , it's not difficult to get the case off. Most likely 4 screws on the sides and a couple on the bottom
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: need a volume and balance
If this is an older unit, Samsung is no longer supplying parts for older units. They were bought over and it is no longer the same company.
You will have to send the amplifier to a shop that can do custom work and retrofit a new set of pots to the amplifier. They will use industrial parts and modify them to mechanicaly fit.
Posted on May 04, 2008
SOURCE: fuse size
I don`t know the machine but if you`ve got a multimteer or an ammeter, connect the meter across the fuse connector and read the current. If it reads 200ma, fit a 250ma fuse into the socket. If you give it about 50-100ma above the reading, you`ll be fine. Ian
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
SOURCE: Sansui G-7700 digital display
Funny that you just posted. On Monday, I dropped off my G-7700 at The Audio Lab in Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA. http://www.theaudiolab.com/
As soon as I walked in the place I knew I was at the right spot. They service and sell some really high-end vintage units as well as carry brand new high-end audio equipment. $60/hr for service work. As a gauge, my G-7700 took 2hrs to do a complete overhaul, which included replacing some pots, re-soldering cold joints, calibrating the tuner and other components. i thought it worked really well before!
Experienced, knowledgeable, efficient.
Give them a call and ship your G-7700 to them. It's worth it.
Posted on Feb 24, 2010
The potentiometer doesn't need to be replace, it has collected dust inside causing the intermittent operation. Buy a contact cleaner/conditioner to spray inside it and move the potentiometer clockwise and counter clockwise a few times until the dust inside it is gone.
Check this link to find a contact/conditioner cleaner or you can try spraying rubbing alcohol but this could because alcohol doesn't not lubricants properties.
Let me know if you require further assistance.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
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