Yamaha Amps

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Re: Yamaha Amps

Unread post by Buzzard » Sun Dec 30, 2018 8:53 pm

bobmarlex wrote:
Sun Dec 30, 2018 6:34 pm
hi Peter,
right: it only gives heavy crashes in both directions, so i thought/think the electronic circuit is damaged. Didn't use it at the first experiences (used a Korg AX1500G multiFX)...
you mean it's just the pot and 'flooding' it more than one time with contact-cleaner will help? That would be great..
Yes, soak the pot with cleaning fluid, and exercise it by turning it up and down about 50 times to release dirt on the coal tracks.
With a bit of luck, that will remove the thunder crashes. (your circuits should be fine.)

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Re: Yamaha Amps

Unread post by EW Repair » Tue May 21, 2019 4:14 am

Great collection and pics. I am currently working on a TA-60 and need a good close up picture of the reverb double pot. The upper mount flange came loose most likely due to trying to remove a stubborn knob. this resulted in a wobbly double pot bouncing around for years. With the exception of the jumper on the bottom pot and the orange wire on the center tab of the top pot, everything else has broken off. The schematics are vague on what color wire goes where...so can you help me out?
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