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Is this a blend Pot? Are the dual sets of lugs on the Pot section simply doubles?
Asked by Anonymous on November 8th, 2016.
No, this is a push-pull dual gang pot. Yes the two rows of terminals are doubles. Basically it can change two separate resistances at once or work in a stereo application.
I saw your earlier answer about the two rows of terminals and have a follow up question. This means I can either use one row by itself as normal and ignore the other row correct?
And I could also, if I wanted, use both rows and wire up two different tone caps to switch into during a push or pull?
Asked by Anonymous on August 19th, 2018.
We can verify that this can be used to change tone caps in a circuit, although we do not provide technical support. We advise you consult a tech to provide advice and suggestions for how one would wire this pot to achieve the desired results.
I purchased this and it came with one nut. The product description says it comes with two and the picture shows one. Can you confirm how many nuts these are suppose to come with. They are stick out way to far with only one nut and the 3/8 nuts you sell cost over half as much as the pot itself FYI. Thanks
Asked by jasonwzachman on November 10th, 2018.
I checked stock and they all had x2 washers and nuts on them, so if yours only came with one, you can contact our customer service department.
How do you keep the pot from rotating once installed. I do not see a tang. It seems I would have to tighten it more than I think is reasonable?
Asked by Anonymous on December 11th, 2019.
Lock washers work well to keep a potentiometer in place when installing them. The S-HLW38 fits the 3/8" bushings on these potentiometers.