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  1. Loose Sockets Correction/Loose Tubes in Sockets on PL EVO 400 Integrated Hey Guys, Thanks again for all the help guys with my noise thread. I want to re-state something I said earlier which was entirely wrong. Being new to tubes, I stated that 3 of the front tube sockets were loose. They are not loose, but rather the tubes are loose fitting in the sockets. I thought it was the socket moving but it is the tubes easily moving when I wiggle the tops of them. I do feel the appropriate amount of shame. But is it normal to have loose tubes? The rest are pretty solid up front and the power tubes are in there like cement. BTW, the front tubes are in the sockets all the way. Here is a 12 second video of the loose tubes: Dropbox - Valve Movement.MOV - Simplify your life Cheers and again, I am sorry I stated the wrong thing.
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