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You are correct about the meter. I set to bias to -20V and then press the offset test button and adjust it to 0.
I was fortunate to receive a message from Matthew Polk of Polk Audio giving me clear instructions on how to do this. Matthew in familiar with the process as he also owns a pair of these amps.
I can get the left channel spot-on but the right channel - not so much.
I hoping that replacing the coupling and other caps will correct this.
There does not appear to be a separate bias adjustment for each power tube. So you do have to get the tubes to work together. For example if two power tubes are weak, you may not want them to be in the same bank of power tubes. That may be why the one channel is a little off.
This could very well be the issue. I think I will replace the coupling caps first. That will narrow down the number of possible causes.
I did come across this post:
Although it references a different amp, I believe the same applies.
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