No, we don’t offer this type of assistance.
Repairing, overhauling or even refreshing electronic equipment involves much more than just swapping out parts. Many who seek such kits don’t possess the skills and tools needed to properly install them or the broader understanding of electronics and test and measurement processes needed to ensure their equipment runs optimally after any intervention.
For most people, attempting to overhaul a complex piece of hi-fi electronics is ill-advised and dramatically increases the chance of introducing faults and issues that were not previously present. If saving money is the goal, it’s better for most owners to do nothing than attempt to overhaul their own equipment. There are exceptions of course.
It’s well worth mentioning: there are no magic kits or BOMs that will fix broken hi-fi gear. Each repair is unique, each needs to be assessed on its own merits and each will need a unique set of parts and – the critical part – skill, experience and tools to diagnose issues, remove existing parts and install new ones without causing damage. A kit or parts list doesn’t help with any of that.
Liquid Audio is focused on keeping classic hi-fi equipment running well. That means tailoring work to best meet the needs of equipment and its owner. It also means occasionally providing advice like this, in the broader best interests of the equipment itself.