CRT SS6900N potentiometer nut removal

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CRT SS6900N potentiometer nut removal

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Hi, Does anyone what tool you use to remove the locking nuts on the potentiometers. Need to remove the front panel.
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Nose pliers
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ch25 wrote: 21 Jan 2023, 16:45Nose pliers
Hello, tried those but they're tightly screwed on. I'm wondering if there's a socket available somewhere.
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I made one by myself.
Take metal pipe with diameter right for the nut.
Take metal file and make "crown" with 4 tabs fit the nut.

If you can't unscrew that with pliers, maybe it's glued.
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ch25 wrote: 21 Jan 2023, 18:45 I made one by myself.
Take metal pipe with diameter right for the nut.
Take metal file and make "crown" with 4 tabs fit the nut.

If you can't unscrew that with pliers, maybe it's glued.
They don't look glued but who knows. Anyway thanks for the suggestion i'll give it a try.
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I had some made up in by a cnc place proper
Worth the outlay, I looked for weeks for stuff
Online couldn’t find any.

I’ve got three one for mic sockets
One for vol/sq etc
One for mode switches on strykers etc
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