Turned on the stereo, only to notice smoke pouring out of my amp. I unplugged it to survey the damage, this is what I found, smh. Over the weekend, I took the top off to address the burnt out lights, for the meters. I took the bulbs out, and headed to the store, for replacements. Needless to say, the store did not carry them. I had to source them on line. I kept the bulbs out, not thinking there would be a problem, until the replacements arrived. Boy was I mistaken! Now,.... I'm pretty handy with a soldering iron. Replacing the wires for the lights, should be an easy fix. The other wires run to the back of the amp. Those shouldn't be too tough to replace, either. Now for the big question. Should I try to just fix my burnt wires, should I try a full recap and service bulletin upgrade, or should I try and find a fellow AK Member to rebuild the amp? I am by no means an electrical engineer. But I enjoy tinkering with things. This, is just a really expensive amp to try my tinkering skills on. Any thoughts or suggestions are appreciated.