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    new to forum!

    hey prs er's im new to forum and feel its important to talk with owners and players of any equitment i use, right now i just bought a 2002 custom 24 and it really needs the saddles replaced so recomendations for parts would be killer also i have a stick or flaky 5 way rotary switch it pops when i switch it from ant channel ,does that need a shot of contact cleaner or is it about to bite the bullet?
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    Senior Member sergiodeblanc's Avatar
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    Hey buddy, welcome aboard!

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    Howdy! Welcome.

    I'll address the rotary switch. Yes, they start to get noisy when they get old. No, you can't just hit it with contact cleaner - it's sealed! This is actually one of the very few complaints I have with PRS. The sealed rotary switches get noisy and it seems the only real fix is to replace them.

    But things are not all gloomy. PRS has a section called the PTC. The do factory/original quality mods and repairs. You can get your switch replaced, or even change the electronics around to a different kind of switching. They can fix the saddles, too.

    Contact the PTC department by email and discuss it with Shawn (he is also on this forum).

    LINK: PTC Center
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    EXCELLENT THANKS! I EVEN THOUGHT OF GOING TO THE 3 WAY PUSH PULL...

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Try John Mann for the saddles. He might have some options for you. For example, he has cast them in raw brass in the past.
    http://www.guitarvaultusa.com/

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