New to the site, so hello from WI. I have been into vintage HiFi for some time, but just now getting into trying to fix and improve some things. As most of you already know, vintage gear is always needing something repaired, so I thought I’d give some of it a try rather than keep paying my repair guy. This site looked like a really good place to get some good advice along the way. Right now I have a few things I’m already in deep, so I’m probably going to hit the ground running with the stupid questions (lol).