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Hi there, sorry to hear you're having trouble with the stereo system,
this system is actually rebranded as Memorex, but manufactured by a company called Electrobrand.
Typically, they do have some replacement parts available, but they are the only source for parts, so you will need to contact them directly,
Electro Brand1127 South Mannheim Rd.Westchester, IL 60154708-338-4400Fax-708-338-4441
To my knowledge, they will only accept parts orders via mail. So you can call to inquire about the part number, but will likely need to mail in a written request along with a check for the part. I'd expect the replacement knob to be $5-10 + postage.
Beyond that, if it isn't available, there would be no other replacement part sources, and your next best bet would be to keep an eye out for another system of this same model (ebay, craigslist, etc) where you could salvage a part from.
Nathan, Do you know if the on/off is a push button or a rotary switch? It'll make my job easier IF the source you noted does not have the part.