Greetings! I recently started having problems with my 8D, the relay intermittently kicks out and quickly back in at seemingly random times. I've been meaning to re-cap this receiver for quite some time so I went ahead and did so (all except tuner boards), hoping it would alleviate the issue (it didn't). I found a thread with a similar issue from about six years ago, but it seemed to go unresolved: http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/index.php?threads/intermittent-relay-speaker-cutout.477880/ Adding to this, maybe related or not, but after the recap and subsequent relay problems I was poking around with a wooden stick to see if I could re-create the relay issue and I noticed a few components on the F-1201 power supply board were very hot to the touch (hot enough to burn my finger if I left it on there). The hot components were D001, D002, R001, R003, TR001, and TR002. I check voltage on incoming 35V OA and OB points and noticed it was a tad high at 39 volts. Would that be enough to overheat the components that much? In addition, I pulled the affected diodes, resistors, and transistors and all tested good and within spec. I also checked R004, R014, and TR003 and again, all good and within spec. Am I heading in the right direction by testing the surrounding components until I find an issue, or would the problem lie further downstream somewhere on the 24V and 14V rails? I haven't checked these output voltages yet, I will tonight after I've reassembled the pulled components. Any advice is much appreciated. Thanks for reading!