Hello all, I have a Kenwood KR-710 that has an extremely low output on the right side in regards to the idle current. The service manual says the Idle Current should be 30mV for the right channel, but I am only getting -.10 to -.15mV which is incredibly low. I tested all transistors out of circuit between Q16 and Q36 and all of them tested good, no dead shorts and all were within a .5 - .650 on the diode test. I tested caps in this area as well (out of circuit) using the capacitance function on my multi meter, and all capacitors tested above rated capacitance, i don't know how to test ESR at the moment. All resistors were within +- 5% tolerance, and all diodes tested good. When I turn VR2 all the way to the right (at its maximum of 200ohm) the mV rating drops closer to 0. I am kinda lost at this point of what to test / trouble shoot next. Is the problem possibly further up stream, or am i not diagnosing the amplifier correctly? Attached is a picture of the readout on the multi meter, and a screenshot of the part that i have attempted to troubleshoot from the schematic just in case i mislabeled this section. Any help is always appreciated. This amp has been on my workbench for (literal) months, and I just want to button this bad boy up. What started as a simple fuse replacement quickly turned into a flower pot project.