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05-27-2006 07:50 PM
Gex
Re: Loose Pickup Selector Switch

That sounds like its too far gone, I'd just scrap it and have it replaced.
05-27-2006 06:05 PM
Pleuvra
Loose Pickup Selector Switch

I've had my 7DBK for a few months now, and over time the selector switch has got looser an looser. When I first got it, it didn't quite click when it was moved, and a couple of weeks ago, it became hard to tell when it was in the 2nd or 4th positions by feel. Now it is cmpletely loose, it only just stays in one position, the guitar still makes a noise as good as it used to, no buzzing or anything.

Has anyone got any idea of how to remedy this and make it 'click' again?

Thanks,

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