I bought a nice Merrylander CR-1020 the other day but before we sealed the deal I got an itchy trigger finger and purchased an as-is 1020 from "that place". I just wanted to clarify that this isn't Merrylander's! I plugged it in and checked DC offset, which was pretty good at 1.5mv and 3.5mv. I wasn't getting sound in one channel so I tried going directly into the amp section and I did get sound in both channels like that so I assumed I was having an issue in the preamp section. I opened it up and sprayed DeOxit in every switch/pot I could reach and worked them back and forth(including the coupler switch on the back). I also adjusted the idling current to 10mv as per the service manuals instructions... I now have sound in both channels! but... When I turn it on after a few seconds I hear a relay clicking and it made an obnoxious sound through the speakers(sorry for the non-technical jargon). I have it playing now and it has been working fine in both channels for about 20 minutes now and sounds pretty good. I would like to get it to the point where it doesn't go through this cycle every time I turn it on, any suggestions?