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Potentiometer - Alpha, Audio, SPST Switch

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SKU: R-VS-XA
Item ID: 003904
Price: $2.65
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Taper
Audio
Shaft
Solid
Application
Amp
Resistance
1M500k
Termination Style
Solder Lugs/Tabs

1 amp, 125VAC, 0.25W, single pole, single throw switched potentiometer. 24mm body.

Dimensions:

Dimensions
Part Numbers
ResistanceOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
1 MΩR-VS-1MA609722159722
500 kΩR-VS-500KA609722159746

RoHS Compliant

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Product Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 21 reviews

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5 out of 5

Excellent products. No problems at all.

- February 7th, 2020
5
5 out of 5

Just what i needed to repair several radios with noisy or burnt up oe pots, will continue being a customer in the future, thanks a million for supporting this hobby

- December 16th, 2019
5
5 out of 5

Very good and smooth operation

- December 8th, 2019
5
5 out of 5

Replaced the volume/on-off control on a vintage Philco 48-200 radio. Fits and works perfectly

- March 4th, 2019
5
5 out of 5

The part is just what I needed. - Tks

- November 28th, 2018
5
5 out of 5

The potentiometer/SPST is fine. But I'd like to let others who referb old radios and the like. I had to replace the pot in a 1947 Sentinel table radio. The original has a split shaft to mount the knob and was about 1/2" longer that this part. Using a hacksaw and a "Dremel" tool with a diamond wheel I cut the old shaft off the defective pot. Then I made a key on the old shaft and a notch in the new pot's shaft. Of course retaining the original shaft's length. Then I drilled a 1/16" hole crosswise and inserted a piece of copper wire as a rivet. Finally coating the joint with a two part epoxy. Voila' the problem is solved! I wish I had photographed this procedure for you all.

- February 16th, 2016
5
5 out of 5

very fast shipping, worked great for my s-38, great parts and customer service. thanks

- May 20th, 2015
5
5 out of 5

I give them 100%
I received them quickly and they work to my satisfaction.
AES is my new supplier

- April 23rd, 2015
5
5 out of 5

this company is one of very few which still carry these pots. They are easily modified to fit a variety of the older radios which I restore. They perform as well as the original pots.

- April 14th, 2015
5
5 out of 5

These are A-1 pots. Better than some I have bought elsewhere.

- March 4th, 2015

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