What potentiometer should i choose to replace SOLVED

Hello, my audio system (JVC MX-D301T) has a bad volume(cant decrease and increase the music sounds) and i wanted to change and replace the potentiometer but i don't know what kilo Ω is it . single row vertical amplifier volume 3 legs in front and 2 legs besides. My actual question from all specialist in here is this> i have a B10K volume potentiometer so guys can i replace it with the old one? is it possible to harm the system if the amount is not OK?
thank you for your time.

by Karamooz
December 11, 2018

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Answer by mikerogerswsm

No, a B10k is not suitable because the B means linear and an audio volume control needs log.

At your level of experience leave the covers on and take it to a dealer.

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by mikerogerswsm
December 11, 2018

Thank you.

by Karamooz
December 11, 2018

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