02-02-2008 03:57 PM
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02-03-2008 11:49 AM
Those look likes the Alps RK09 series. Mouser has 'em. The picture in the catalog doesn't match the current design of the pot, which is probably why you didn't see them.
First, check the Alps RK09 catalog here and make sure these will work for you. Measure your parts and figure out which one you need, then search the Mouser website for it.
02-03-2008 12:09 PM
Often you can rebuild pots by putting all the parts together and recrimping them. Use some long pliers to crimp the shells tight again. That is your best bet if possible, good luck!
02-03-2008 12:57 PM
02-03-2008 07:43 PM
hi, fwiw, if you replace them with the same pcb mount pots they'll fail again the same way these did. there's no strain relief and the solder joints are being relied on to provide mechanical strength.
use solder-lug pots and fly the wires to the pads on the board (alpha 16mm series might work though not sure if they do D-shaft).
it appears the board relied on the pots to hold it to (LED in its socket etc.). it might require some ingenuity to devise a means to position it properly inside the chassis absent the pots in their former role, but it is worth the time to figure out. you can use things like foam etc. to hold the board in position internally if need be. good luck. -t
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