I have a December 1955 narrow panel 5E5 Fender Pro that needs repair. A friend loaned it to me. When I first turned it on, smoke came out and I immediately turned it off. Neither the power transformer nor the output transformer were hot. Turns out the amp hasn’t been played in several years and I’m hoping the problem is the filter capacitors. I can see a bit of debris under one of them where it looks like a cap has erupted. I know all about the disclaimer on discharging caps before working on the amp and I will do that. Now, I need help in getting everything together to replace the filter caps. The rubber stamp on the tube chart is EK, making it December 1955. The tube chart shows it to be a 5E5, but it has knobs for treble, bass and presence – which I think means it is at least a 5E5A. Here's a schematic: http://www.schematicheaven.com/fenderamps/pro_5e5a_schem.pdf I would appreciate recommendations on the caps to use. Is it correct that I am replacing five capacitors, those being (3) 16 microfarad/450 volts, (1) 8 microfard/450 volts, and (1) 100 microfarad/25 volts? And, in the case of replacement values – can I go with 16 microfarad/475 volts? And, what about the other two caps? I certainly appreciate any and all help. I'm posting this request for help on the Weber amps board, too. I need all the help I can get. Thanks in advance. Oh, I didn’t mention that the Pro has a JBL D130F.