#1
I've been waiting for a month for my push pull pot to arrive in the mail. I've looked up wiring a lot, and I'm ready to go except the part with the furthest right lug where you're supposed to connect it to the back of the pot for normal pots. There's nothing I can connect it to now. There are the 6 main connection pices on the pot which are simple enough, but those 3 "normal" pieces have seemingly nothing to attach to. any ideas?

Thank you
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#2
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Ready and aimed at you
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Last edited by 21GunSalute at Dec 28, 2015,
#4
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that is what I've always done
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#5
Ok thanks guys
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#6
pretty much the entire pot is conductive the sides of the pot work best as it's easier but the very top of the housing of the push pull works just as fine. The trick is if you have some metal coating on it to sand it slightly with like 80 grit if your solder isn't sticking.

If you got any questions about push pulls send me a private message I do custom wirings diagrams for here to stuff for local people so either way I can provide you with a lot of insight.

when in doubt use a multimeter and the continuity mode that is what I do.

by the way a really good tip for push pulls is this
Last edited by Tallwood13 at Dec 28, 2015,