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    Broken Knobs

    I just purchased a used, old, powered mixer. It works fine, except that several of the equalization knobs have broken off. The shafts turn, but are about flush with the console. Is there a way, other than taking it apart replacing the pots, to make these knobs usable?

    Also, if I have to replace the pots, do you have a suggestion for a source? I don't have the schematics, but it is a Peavey XR1200. I have some facility with electronics so could do the soldering/desoldering if necessary.

    Thanks!

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    I assume you mean the shafts are broken off? If so, the pots need to be replaced. Explain please.

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    The easiest (and maybe the fastest) way to do this is to contact Peavy's technical dept and let them know which model you have. See if you can get them to send you (fax or email) a schematic with part numbers. Or tell them which potentiometers you need.

    Another way to get schematics -
    http://www.samswebsite.com/photofacts.html
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