Hello everyone, Last November I started a thread about an old Traynor SS amp I found on the sidewalk here in town. https://www.squier-talk.com/threads/nfad.182162/#post-1006012 It had rained a few days before, and I had no idea when it had been put out for the taking. I left it in the back seat of the car figuring that the unsafe-for-kids-and-pets heat would eventually dry it out if needed. Well, one thing led to another, and I finally took it out of the hot car last weekend to see if the thing even works. Many of you suggested taking a cautious approach, so I tested it outdoors standing on a rubber mat wearing Bluette dish gloves. I plugged it in and threw the unmarked switch to the right, and . . . the red light came on. I turned up the master volume and heard a hiss, and then whacked the top and heard the reverb springs do their thing. In short, through the pots and switches are scratchy, everything works. I plugged in a Squier Bullet (of course), and yup, we have a working amplifier that actually sounds OK! So, I did a little cosmetic cleaning and found a pot that had come unattached and sunk into the panel. I do not want to reattach it by gripping the plastic stem with a something that will trash the threads. In addition, there is a warning on the back of the amp. I am by no means an amp tech, but this fix seems pretty easy. It also looks like someone has opened it up before. I am including pics of the various bolts on the cabinet, but I wasn’t ready to start taking it apart without being sure what is what. Any insights you all have would be greatly appreciated!