#2
buy new ones, they're a few bucks.
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#3
or you can get electrical contact cleaner and using the straw-nozzle thing, spray into the holes in the back of the pots, then roll the nobs back and forth.
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#5
What about WD40. I heard that works also. Do I need to unsolder the pots from the guitar in order to do this or can I just pull them out?
#7
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Why dont you just change them? Its easy enough. Just look and see what value you have, and order new ones.


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#8
My Volume pot works fully until it is on 10 or max or whatever. Then it just cuts out. Is that a bad pot?
#9
Quote by jmac72187
My Volume pot works fully until it is on 10 or max or whatever. Then it just cuts out. Is that a bad pot?


That happens to my Godin's volume pot at 9. Hmmm its probably just a bad connection, but I have never felt like fixing it.
#11
Quote by jmac72187
What about WD40. I heard that works also. Do I need to unsolder the pots from the guitar in order to do this or can I just pull them out?


No, don't use WD40 or any other oiled based lubricant because it can cause short circuits. Silicon is a much better electronic lubricant
#12
Quote by jmac72187
My Volume pot works fully until it is on 10 or max or whatever. Then it just cuts out. Is that a bad pot?


could be a loose connection somewhere