So as a few of you might have seen, I just bought a TE rah300smx (or it might be a 250, i'm not sure as it says 280W on the back). Well I got a KILLER deal on a cab (Ampeg SVT 8x10 for $250 =) ) and I finally got to crank up the TE. Well, when I did, there really wasn't much volume. I had it at 10 at one point and it wasn't super loud... it sounded like it should have been on 2. So I opened it up and sure enough, on the power section circuit board there's a burnt capacitor and a burnt resistor (i think, it didn't look like a resistor but its labeled R## so it must be). Here's 2 pictures of the burned cap/resistor: http://www.imageslim.com/images/img_4a63fe94ebc25.jpg http://www.imageslim.com/images/img_4a63fea5c979b.jpg Would fixing it be as simple as finding those 2 parts and re-soldering them on? I'm very good with a soldering iron so thats not a worry. I'm very confident I could do it, i'm just not sure that more stuff isn't broken. Also, would the underlying circuit board be okay, or could it have easily burned that out too? Could someone find a schematic for me (I googled for a while but couldn't find one), or open up their ah300 and look at what the values should be? I'd appreciate it. Thanks guys!