#1
I recently took out my old telecaster that has been under my bed for months, and decided to fix it. I used the 2 volume no tone wiring, from seymour duncan website. Everything works fine but when I turn the switch there are popping noises every time I turn it. Do I need a new switch or is the problem fixable?

Thanks
#2
check all the soldering, if its good/clean, yeah youll need a new switch. if its bad soldering, try resoldering first.
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#3
ya the switch itself is pretty worn out, ill be getting a new switch tomorrow. thanks for the reply
#6
It's not soldering or grounding.

If a new switch doesn't fix it, nothing will. That popping noise is from the switch contacts themselves when they break from one postition into the next. Normally it's not much of a problem but sometimes you'll see it happen.
#7
If you're planning to replace the switch anyway, spray some Windex on it.
(trust me on this, even though it seems odd)
Run the switch back and forth a couple of times.
It'll probably be fine for the next year.
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