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The spindle connecting the volume control knob to the control itself has broken. Does the whole assembly need to be replaced? I don't have the old spindle.

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Do you mean the spindle on the back of the round knob? If this is the case then you simply need a new knob from the manufacures as the bit that fits over the pin coming out of the machine is a one peice moulded item. If you are very nice to customer services at Kenwood, they may send you one for free. Next time be a wee bit more careful not to knock the control knob as it is quite delicate.

IF on the other hand it is the volume spindle couming out of the unit, then yes this is a whole item replacement. This will need to be repaired by either a accredited Kenwood repair agent or a competent repair shop depending on whether this item is still under gaurantee or not.

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