So Buzzy looked at the pictures and said to go ahead and send it, so I boxed it up and sent it to him. He got it four days later, and he immediately started working on it. I must have caught him at a good time because he wasn't working on anything else at the time, so he started working on mine. By the end of that first day, he had it diagnosed and told me everything that was wrong with it. Here is what it looked like on the scope:
On a properly working Bozak, it's supposed to look like this:
To make a long story short, we decided to do a complete rebuild, which basically meant, he was going to build me a brand new Bozak on my Chassis, using the original circuit boards and transformer. Everything else, was getting replaced. I chose not to have the chassis replatted, because that would have added another month to the build, plus I kind of like the original patina of the original chassis. First thing he did was take the whole thing apart. He then added all new gold RCA's and Mic jacks and XLR jacks. Repainted the transformer, new power cord and re lettered the chassis after cleaning the chassis.
He then stripped the main circuit board.
Here it is with the back of the mixer all put together.