Hi all, This is my first post, so please go easy. My Technics receiver has recently been relocated to a new home, and has been running very hot. I can play music or video games with it powering my speakers, and after half hour, it's blazing hot on top. There are small vents cut out on the top, for the heat sink to dissipate heat, but it becomes untouchable. It even heats up the wooden shelf above it to a very high temperature. I'm starting to worry that I will be doing damage. It's never gone into safe mode yet, but I'm afraid I'll be cooking something in the mean time. I have yet to take it apart to ensure all capacitors are looking fine, in addition to checking the rear exhaust fan. Main question: Is this enough room on top of the receiver? Should I give it more room to breath on top? There is about 7cm (2.7inch) of gap. Let me know. Thank you!