Hello all, I recently acquired a Pioneer SX 1010, guy told me he had it stored in a shed for 10 years but it worked when he put it away. He didn't want to plug it in nor did i without cleaning her out first. I bought it, I cleaned the inside with air, and found one blown capacitor right under the hood on the protection board. Swapped it out. Fires up and I have power and all working bulbs light up, that's it. No needles swing, no static or noise, the relay is not clicking. Digging in further, I realized the fuse board in the bottom has 6 glass fuses. 2-3A, and 4-1A. The first two 1amp fuses blow as soon as I give her power. Haven't done much besides look for burnt and blown things at this point, hoping this sticks out like a shore thumb to somebody... any ideas?? Thanks!