I need some help with this. I had a power mishap on my electrical meter base that blew my amplifier power supply board (and my refrigerator and 65 inch projection tv) many years ago. While doing a major cleanup of my garage yesterday, I found the amplifier neatly boxed and sealed and it still looks new so I decided to repair it myself. I never sent it to repair to Ameritron because shipping from and back to the Virgin Islands would have cost close to buying a good used one. Anyway... I opened it up and saw 2 parts that were obviously fried, these were: - RFC1 - C28 Upon further inspection with my multimeter, the following parts showed continuity: - C40 - D17 Also, the white tube with the thin red winding that's connected to the 3-500Z Tube has burnt traces along different areas of it's winding ( is this the "Plate Choke" ??, please clarify). Now this is where I need help,.... After downloading the AL80B manual with parts list, none of these parts show up on the list. I have also looked at pictures of AL80B boards online and none of the boards on those look even close to what mine looks like. And coincidentally, the only picture I found that matches exactly what my board looks like is not from an AL80B, but rather the AL-572 ( !!?? ). So I downloaded that manual, and guess what, the parts don't show up on that list either!! (WTF!!!). I would hate to throw this in the trash, it looks brand spanking new!! There isn't a single scratch or blemish on it! I couldn't find any serial number on the amp nor any identifying number on the power supply board, but I do know, from the previous owner, that it was bought new in 1994. Help please.