I dug a Sansui 7070 out of a pile of electronics at a thrift the other day. I didn't expect it to work at all, but damned if it does work...sort of. Before hooking up speakers, I measured the DC offset, and got 14 mv on the left channel and 350 on the right. I adjusted the trim pot and got the voltage down to around 130 or so before bottoming out the pot. DC on the right channel also spiked at nearly a full volt after the relay kicked in. I took about 20 seconds to settle down to the 130 mv. I hooked up some "burner" speakers, and the receiver played sounds. I didn't push the volume too high, but thought I heard some distortion at greater volume. Where should I start looking to address the excess voltage in the right channel? A full recap will happen in the next couple of months, but it would be nice to have a taste of the sound first to get me inspired. Thanks in advance for any assistance!