I have a buddy with some pretty nice vintage gear. Original great looking and sounding caps still in there. No noise, no blistering, nothing. The amps sound great but have me cringing when he plugs them in to 120V every once in a while to play them. What can he do to minimize damage if an e-cap decides to take a short cut to ground? It scares the h e l l out of me. I don't recommend plugging a 1959 100% original amp in to sample once in a while. I was thinking, what if I built him a light bulb limiter? The stock 5F1 had a 2 amp fuse. If I used a 60W light bulb that would limit him to 2 amps in total. Right? 120/60 = 2. The amp would play and sound as it should. 100W bulb would deliver 1.2 amps total. Besides talking him into new e-caps, what method can I help him set up, to protect his 2 very fine 100% stock tweed amps. A Tweed Champ, and a Tweed Harvard. Something must be done....I hate the thought of blowing a transformer.