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SA-AK95 volume control problem

When I rotate the volume control knob, it either does nothing, adjusts the
volume appropriately, or in the opposite direction[ie louder when turning in the softer direction, or softer when turning in louder direction. It is erratic.

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This volume controls is actually what is called an encoder. The control itself needs to be replaced. Figure on $5-$10 for the part plus the local labor rate for the total repair cost.
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