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Old 11-29-2012, 06:13 PM   #1
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Basslink remote level control

I have an Infinity Basslink. I'm trying to modify the remote level control - replacing the potentiometer with a dual channel audio 20k ohm slide potentiometer. I've installed the slide pot in the ashtray (I don't smoke) using a piece of textured plastic as a mount (I had to dremel parts of the ashtray). I removed the remote level control circuit board (rotary dual channel potentiometer, a couple of resistors, a 3-way switch for Phantom Bass, and a phone connector) from its case and then removed the rotary potentiometer. Unfortunately a section of the circuit board's foil conductor was damaged when I removed the potentiometer. What I am asking is for someone to open their remote level control and see if both sides (it's a dual channel rotary potentiometer) connected. I will attach a photo later.

Many thanks!!
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