Hi, all-- Posted this in the tube amp forum, was directed to your particular corner by another user. Longtime lurker who has benefited heavily from info and opinions here, generally in equal measure. Have a question for the amp builders around here. Ultimately, I'm looking for advice. I bought a nonfunctioning Fender Frontman 212r combo for next to nothing, predominantly because it had a couple of speakers in it that I could use in another cab. Either I was going to figure out how to repair it, or I was going to scrap the whole chassis and finish a different amp build in the cab. So, there's apparently a reason these things are DNR at Fender. Tried replacing the two big caps, plus all four transistors, and anything that looked burned. Reflowed half the board, all the pots, etc., and I'm still getting 26v DC at the speaker outs, which ate a test speaker, and one of the resistors keeps frying anyway. It may be an easy repair for some, but it's above my limited experience and toolset, especially when there are other bad ideas out there I can waste money on. Finally decided this morning that I'm done--this board is going in the trash, and the other project I thought would go into this cab is half an inch too long for this cab, and needs a different cab layout anyway. So, this leaves me with an interesting dilemma. I now have an empty, open-back 212 cab, in Fender silver and black. I have the chassis, and the 100w PT. Any ideas what a novice builder with some experience in amp repair could potentially do to make use of the chassis, PT, and cab? I have a Mojo 5e3 small parts kit in my pile, but that was intended for a different idea. Open to other kits/builds that are about the same level of difficulty as a 5e3 or thereabouts. Any thoughts?