I want a highly experienced, qualified tech to go through it and make it
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Thanks for all the responses. I think you're right in that I need to attempt to repair the unit myself first with the assistance of this group. This weekend, when I have time, I'll start a new thread by first posting detailed pictures of the internal wiring, and with clear explanations of what's going on. I am handy, and have a multimeter and soldering stuff, but no capacitance meter or tube tester. But let's see how far we can get first before I resort to shipping this off somewhere. Thanks again!sailor wrote:...I am willing to help you diagnose the problem and there are several others on this board that are just as knowledgeable [maybe more] that are willing to help you find and fix the problem.