Yamaha R-50 IC Amplifier

I am new to this forum and need some advice with ny restoration project, early 1980's Yamaha R-50 receiver. I replaced the STK Module and caps, checked transistors and resistors, cleaned switches. Unfortunately, I powered up the unit and noticed the dc-offset having a -12mV at left channel and 38mV at right channel, unlike my other amplifiers with discreet amplifier transistors. Sound will be produced but only through the left channel with the right channel speaker wire disconnected. With 2 channels connected the protection relay trips. Even with minimal load and with 2 speakers connected the protection relay trips, as if there is a short? Is the dc-offset indicative of the tripping problem?
 
I am new to this forum and need some advice with ny restoration project, early 1980's Yamaha R-50 receiver. I replaced the STK Module and caps, checked transistors and resistors, cleaned switches. Unfortunately, I powered up the unit and noticed the dc-offset having a -12mV at left channel and 38mV at right channel, unlike my other amplifiers with discreet amplifier transistors. Sound will be produced but only through the left channel with the right channel speaker wire disconnected. With 2 channels connected the protection relay trips. Even with minimal load and with 2 speakers connected the protection relay trips, as if there is a short? Is the dc-offset indicative of the tripping problem?
CORRECTION - sound produced through RIGHT cannel without creating tripping/pulsing relay.