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Hi all

I have an old Peavey TKO 115 bass amp I want to refurbish because at the moment it's unplayable and gathering dust; it's about 20 years old and most of its life it was used in a school and consequently one of the many problems is that all the pots have sheared shafts (soft plastic). I have stripped it apart and found there are 2 different pots (2 of each). I haven't had to deal with pots for many years to be honest so these are probably dead easy to answer but I do want to double check.

For the pre and post gain I have pots with the markings:
10KB #510
03
94

Measured their resistance and both are dead on 8.7k and linear.. from the markings this is looks like a 10K linear (b) pot?

Second set is the High and Low volume pots. Resistance values are about 47.8K linear for both with a random string of numbers that didn't lead to any google results
(711905119346)

Therefore would It be safe to assume this is a 50K pot?

Many thanks
There's a good chance that what I've written above is useless and if you take any of the advice it's your own fault.
Last edited by Silent Murder at Sep 1, 2013,