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Motorola EX600xls volume control

samka4att

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I have an EX600xls which I very much like... audio is very good. However, the volume control must need replacement. When I turn it on, it is already at full volume with the control at the minimum setting. I can wiggle the control and the volume seems to come and go, so I am pretty sure the potentiometer needs replacing.

Anyone have a line on a replacement part and an idea on how difficult it is to do???

Thanks
 

samka4att

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By chance, do you have a part number??? Or, know of a respected source for said part? I don't want to order and end up with a Chinese look-a-like part for it.
 

K2NEC

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I don't but I can tell you one thing, you won't find an OEM one anymore. So ebay is probably your best bet
 
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