Hi guys. I'm about to begin with the restoration of my uncle's old Sansui 9090DB. The receiver is in a pretty bad condition, it has been serviced by bad technicians and they replaced parts with cheaper or wrong ones. Issues: . Burnt resistors . Blown fuses . Blown outputs . Scratchy pots A few months ago I decided to start with the restoration myself as there are no good technicians where I live and trying to get quality parts it's almost impossible. I decided to do the following: . Rebuild from scratch F2624 Driver board . Replace capacitors and resistors from F2656 Power supply . New fuses . New outputs . Clean all pots Because I'm not an expert in electronics I thought it would be easier for me to start with a new F2624 instead of troubleshooting the whole board. So I got the new F2624 PCB and most of the other parts from mouser and digikey. Also built myself a DBT cause I don't wanna blow everything up on the first run but I don't know yet what type of bulb I need to use for the thing to protect the amp, I got a 70W but don't know if it is the right wattage. I'm on a 220v area. Any suggestions?? What most scares me is when time comes to adjust the DC and Bias current, I know it is a very fragile thing and needs to be done correctly. I would really appreciate it if someone can give me any tips, tricks, suggestions so I can make this restoration right. THanks!!! Here are some pics of the amp before I begin. I will be posting updates on my progress.