Help Needed, Tone pot wiring issue
Ok, So I have an RG370dx and I am Having an issue with the tone pot or wiring. I have everything wired as shown on the seymour duncan website under "guitar wiring 102", with a five way switch added of course. I have each of the output prongs on the switch wired so that I should get tone control for each of the pickups individually. The 5 way pickup selector works flawlessly btw. The problem is, I have absolutely no difference in tone between all the way up, and all the way down. I have tested the tone pot with my multimeter. Set at 2m on the resistance scale, and as I turn the tone knob up and then down, I can see that the resistance is going from 0.00 to 5.20 and then back to 0.00; so I am assuming that means the tone pot itself is working correctly. I have also tried tapping the capacitor (that is ground to the top of the tone pot) while strumming as suggested in another thread on this site, and hear no difference, or popping / feedback on the guitar. I have tried about every different wiring solution possible between the selector switch, volume pot, and tone pot to no avail. The volume switch works correctly as it should as well. The only thing that I can see that might be causing this issue, would be the capacitor. Its not a small round capacitor as I see on almost all the other guitars, but a large, cylindrical orange capacitor. This was on the guitar when I purchased it. The capacitor reads SBE715P600V on the first line and 103k 1245 on the second line. Any suggestions, advice, or comments on this issue would be very much appreciated as I am at a loss of what is causing my issues since I have tested everything and have had no luck thus far. Thank you in advance!!!