I disagree. No pot should wear out within a year no matter how many times you move it. I have gear that's 30 years old with rotary pots I've run through their full travel many thousands of times probably, and they all still work reliably. This pot is clearly a poor quality component.[email protected] wrote:Considering that the filter pot is probably touched and moved 1'000 times more often than any other pot, and it took the filter pot a year to die, you probably will want to have or play a different synth before any of the other pots fail...Stevie Ray wrote:It was good of Moog to acknowledge and fix the problem with the Sub 37 filter pot by substituting a back-mounted metal pot, but I does make me wonder how long the other surface-mount pots on my Sub 37 are going to last.
Yes, Moog support and your local distributor. They will fix your synth by replacing the whole board with the filter pot.Dakscarbo wrote:Does anyone know how to fix this problem by now ?
There is no simple other way.
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