I think one of the coupling caps on my B&K Pro-10MC pre may need to be replaced. Is this a DIY job, or should I take it somewhere? I was thinking I may get some other bells and whistles upgraded as well, if I have a pro work on it and the price is right.
Outside of opening up a phone book or googling, where do you find someone to do this type of work? Also, if I was to try to replace the part myself, where would I look for it? B&K does not sell parts, and it's $65/hr labor + shipping + parts to use their repair service, which for a piece that runs about $150-250 used sounds a little silly.
Thanks for your help! It's a yellow, two-sided, cylindrical cap that was identified as a GG coupling capacitor by another forum member.