Long story short I've got a Fender CS Tele Thinline, I'm the second owner. When I got the guitar the volume knob when rolled back would get crackly at times, and when rolled way down or all the way off and was bumped it would suddenly get full volume. Bizarre. I tried cleaning with deoxit on several different occasions and nothing it just got seemingly worse and worse so I bought new mojo pots to replace it with. Just finished wiring it up and the volume works as you'd expect from say 10 - 1.5, then when it is to the point of almost being inaudible if I keep turning it suddenly it jumps to full volume. For the rest of the pots range it has left it stays at full volume but if I turn the knob all the way to where it hits the rotation limit it's intermittent in and out. There's also an additional hum when the knob is past 1 and jumps back to full volume which isn't present when it's on 10. I hooked up the pot the same way the factory one was so I'm perplexed. If it didn't work at all ok that's fine I messed up the soldering and I can redo that but here I have no idea what to do. Below is a recording starting with the guitar at full volume and slowly turning down. You'll hear it be almost silent then jump to full volume and I went back and forth a couple times. Then you'll hear the crackle when I reach the limit of the pots rotation. After that I turn on a RAT and show how at full volume it's regular noise and then when I roll back and hit the point where it goes back to full volume after being almost silent there's a loud hum that's not present on 10. Any help I can get would be much appreciated! This was the stock wiring: The only change I made was cutting the wire seen going above the pot in half since fender for some reason used one single wire to go from the tone pot through the volume pot to the switch meaning I couldn't remove the pot without snipping the wire or desoldering it from the tone pot and removing it's cloth shield on the side inbetween the tone and volume pots.