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Fender® Super-Twin   
Intermittent Volume
Fender Super Twin chassis

The owner of this Fender Super Twin guitar amplifier complained of a slight, intermittent change of volume.

This photo is a long-shot of the source of the problem.

Volume Pot; Capacitor; Bright Switch

Here you see one lead of the Bright-Switch capacitor (it's mustard colored) flirting with the front panel of the chassis.

Loosened Solder Point

The capacitor lead wiggled out of its solder point on the adjacent Volume potentiometer.

The pot's front-panel control nut was loose, allowing the pot to spin and eventually break free of the capacitor.

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