The manual can be found here: The DC offset and bias are covered at the top of page 11. It's been a while so I don't remember the details. has a few threads on the subject. There is some good info there. For what you are replacing, I don't think values will change. Only make adjustments if the DC offset is over 50mv if I recall correctly. And if the amp is evenly warm, no real need to play with the offset. Too high a bias and you can burn out the transistors. I disagree with the manual about the settling time. It's more than a few seconds. I was also told later that two calibrated MM's make the job easier.


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