So I was messing around with the truss rod 94 MIJ Fender P Bass and, being an idiot, thought I had to remove the pickguard before removing the neck, also thinking that it's necessary to remove the knobs. Anyways, I didn't realize the knobs were screw-on so I got a screwdriver, stuck it under my tone knob, propped it up, and thought I could just rotate the knob and unscrew it. After rotating, it popped up a bit. Anyways, something must've dislodged, since now the knob rotates 360 degrees. It still works; It just rolls from 10-0. The knob also rotates with a lot of friction. Now, here's the weird thing: Sometimes, when it's lodged a certain way, it still catches the detent (meaning it stops at the max/minimum setting), so I'm thinking that maybe my problem isn't so bad and that I can just adjust something in the pot. Anybody have any experience with this? I'd rather not have to replace the pot on a 22 year old instrument, since I have no soldering experience and I also can't seem to dislodge the volume knob (I unscrewed it all the way but it's still catching on the pickguard-end of the pot). Needless to say, I'm hesitant about being rough with it. Plus part is is that the setup went really well and my bass plays perfectly (it still sounds great, since the pot is functional, just not in pristine working order.).