I'm in the process of bringing my 32S-3 back to life. I noticed that many
of the ceramic disc bypass caps (.01, .1, and .2) have what appears to be
wax bubbled out of them.
1. Am I correct in assuming that these have been cooked somehow and
need to be replaced.
2. Aside from a blown electrolytic and an obvious short in a lead to RY
1, are there any other causes I should look for?
Thanks in advance for sharing your experience and sage wisdom.
VY 73, Bill, N5TU
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