Picked up a nice 1300DC recently and today opened it up to see what if anything has been done to it and what parts I will need when I do a full blown restoration. Preliminary testing indicates only the right channel working. I do a quick cleaning of the accessible switches and the volume control.I then start to look for any signs of previous work in the amp section. I can see that someone has worked on the left channel. They replaced a power transistor A968B with a NTE 368. That transistor will have to go as its not up to spec and I hate NTE. I also have a A968B in my parts pile. Pulled out both amp boards to compare and check to ensure I have all the caps and trimmers I need.Unit has its original outputs,sweet.Noticed on the left channel that a bolt holding Q714 to the heat sink was literally flopping in place. It needed a small wrench to hold the nut while tightening the bolt. Hard to reach so I guess the tech wasn't in the mood. I plan to tackle the amp section first as far as recapping. Looks like I have all the small value caps including the axials for power supply and the relay( MY02-02). Put the driver boards back in for more testing and now have both channels working. Phono works as well but switches will need more cleaning. Will do that when I pull the pre amp section apart.That will be fun. Does anyone know a part number for the two small relays found in the pre section? I am no expert so always looking for advice. Anything I should be looking for? Failure prone components? Should I be doing all my testing AC coupled? Thanks in advance!