trim pot vs potentiometer

Hello,

I am new to electronics. I have got two trim pot 25k similar looking to this - https://www.tubedepot.com/products/trim-pot-for-bias-level

the layout diagram that i am following has a regular 25k pot shown. https://ibb.co/gddk0nH

the vr1 and vr2 is showing 3 pins in a row vs the trim pot i purchased has 2 lugs and 1 lug on top.

can someone plz direct me which lug is which ?

by mehfuzhoss
July 24, 2019

middle pin is top leg.

by wangwg88
July 24, 2019
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