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Volume Control Potentiometer Cleaning Girişe yapılan değişiklikler

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=== Guide warnings ===
* You will be working with high voltage equipment. I am not responsible for any attained injuries (or your stupidity).
* Use common sense when following this guide. '''If you are questioning your ability to complete this repair, let a professional handle it.'''
** '''Professionals: This is not a long term fix.''' This is a fix a home user can attempt where the stakes are low and the worst that happens is the problem is not fixed or the board is required. These boards should be replaced if you are doing a professional repair.
'''Read me: Before attempting this repair, read the provided guide notes for critical information.'''
If your Pioneer VSX-918V Series receiver has developed control problems and would like to try and fix the problem without a new board, it may be possible to fix the problem without new parts. This guide will show you how to disassemble the receiver and use contact cleaner to clean the potentiometer so it works again without new paers.
=== Guide notes ===
* '''There is NO GUARANTEE this will work. I also do not guarantee the lifespan of this repair.'''
* While this fix may repair it for the rest of the life of these receivers, the unit may fail again if the potentiometer was damaged by the previous owner if it was pushed to work and the problem was never fixed.
* '''This fix will not fixwork 100% of the time. If this does not work, the board is damaged and needs to be repaired or replaced.'''


  • 6-in-1 Screwdriver x1 Note: Phillips bit used for disassembly. (featured) added.
  • Magnetic Project Mat x1 Used to sort screws. Optional. added.
  • 6-in-1 Screwdriver x1 To disassemble the receiver, switch to a Phillips bit. (featured) removed.
  • Magnetic Project Mat x1 Use this to sort your screws. removed.