When I turn power on, full signal is passing through with the compressor engaged and it acts as expected. When I feed signal into the unit (a clap)... The signal is attenuated and the gain reduction meter moves to reflect this as expected. The problem begins at this point, as the volume gets stuck in the low position that it was attenuated to, and the gain reduction meter stays stuck at the highest point of the transient. So basically the compressor is stuck in compression and doesn't reset back to a null point. Does that make sense? Then if I clap again, the compression will kick in and it'll max out the gain reduction and the meter will be pinned all the way to the right. I've done a fair bit of troubleshooting... I've got another one of these so I tested voltages on many of the components on the back to see where there were major differences... I did find a few places. I'm not sure if that means those components have issues or if those are merely symptoms of a different issue. I've swapped the input transformers from one unit to the other but that didn't make any difference. I've also tested all of the diodes and they are all working fine. I know this is a complicated circuit and troubleshooting from a distance is next to impossible, so I'm simply asking if any of you have seen a similar response from a compressor before And if so were you able to diagnose the issue? Thanks!