They guy I bought my chassis from has a huge cap wired from ground to one side of the ground switch and nothing coming off the other side So I assume it's not doing anything (not that it would be even if it were wired correctly since I have a 3 prong cord) but I want to remove it and use it as a Standby. I know the debate about not needing a Standby, but I'd like to put it in as long as it's not harmful. Not sure if I can use this switch or need a different type. I've read that it can just interrupt the B+ from the rectifier tube before the first cap, but then some say the cap has to be able to handle the spike... it may pop, something about CT, HT, something or other. I'm new to amps as you can tell.... just installed the proper transformer and noticed this was going on... and it's referred to as a "death cap" -- do I need to discharge it differently? As I said, I don't think it's doing anything at all wired the way it is now. any help would be welcome, thanks in advance!