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  • avatar alaskanj 02/26/10 11:32 am PST

    its the variable resistor. go to the parts store and let them know thats what you need and they can hook you up. its just a matter of plug in and play with something like that. unplug the old and plug in the new plus maybe two screws or so.

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  • alaskanj 02/26/10 11:32 am PST

    its the variable resistor. go to the parts store and let them know thats what you need and they can hook you up. its just a matter of plug in and play with something like that. unplug the old and plug in the new plus maybe two screws or so.

  • joepiw 02/26/10 12:12 pm PST

    That was it,its working fine now thank you

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