Hey guys... I finally got my hands on a Macintosh Classic. Problem is, like all Mac Classics, the capacitors are failing. (oily board near caps, no sound out of the speaker). I caught it in time though... there is no damage to the logic board. Is there anyone on here that is able to professionally replace surface mount capacitors? I know how to replace regular capacitors, but I am afraid to replace these as I fear I might rip the soldering pads off the board. The replacement capacitors will be regular capacitors that match the original ones' specs. If you can do this for me, PM me and we can go from there to discuss it further. Thanks!