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    J.A.F.S.
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    Lightbulb Capacitors

    If you are working on many amps, I would suggest you purchase a nice capacitor / inductor tester. I use a SENCORE Z-METER model LC53. It has allowed me to avoid the "audiophile capacitor swapping disease" and has moved my troubleshooting efforts in a much more effective direction. Test units of this type can be had for under $100 on EBay.
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    Tim

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    Thanks for the tip Tim, I'll keep my eye out for those.
    Gonna need to get a tube tester too one day.

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