I haven't seen it yet to be able to verify this, nor have I talked to the tech who worked on it. But, apparently, it wasn't even a bad switch, as originally thought. According to the receptionist at the repair shop, the tech wrote on the ticket that there were some loose wires and some bad solder joints. The shop charged me the bare minimum for fixing it ($48), which included no parts (because none were necessary), and I can pick it up any time! VERY HAPPY PERSON!!! Oh...and now I feel comfortable jumping back on the bandwagon about how everyone should own an EBS amp!