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RE: I hope you're right...

I did not say bad tubes! I said bad(or loose) tube connection of the tube pins to the socket contacts.
Wiggle the input tubes and see if it comes back. If it does, clean the tube pins and sockets with deoxit and a pipe cleaner. If it still goes away, you may need to tighten the socket contacts
or replace the offending socket. Slightly bending the tube pins outward can also work in a

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