WARNING: Long winded pedal building N00B thread. I bought myself a Fuzz Factory clone kit a while back in order to try my hand at pedal building. Figured a kit would be the best way to get my feet wet. Sadly the hot summer kept me out of my shed and life got in the way so I haven't gotten around to messing with it until now. Well, other than painting the enclosure. Anyhow, I finally decided to move the operation inside and start building the thing. I laid out all the parts in order to familiarize myself with where they will be going and in what order I wanted to do it. Well wouldn't you know it, a part is missing. From the pic in the destruction manual, it looks like a bi-polar or film cap, but I can't be sure. ...looks like it has the code 104J100 printed on top, but it's hard to make out (fuzzy pic). It's located right in the center of the rectangular circuit board and it's position is marked with 0.1 In this process I also noticed that I had an extra round electrolytic cap (I believe I have that right). the manual only shows three of these caps. On the circuit board, the three spots provided for these caps are 100uf, 22uf, and 47uf. The caps themselves are 10uf, 22uf, 47uf, and 100uf. Is it possible that the 10uf cap is my missing part? Next on the agenda. I have been offered an option within the manual. I have three transistor positions. Germ 1, Germ 2, and a place for a regular black (round on one side, flat on the other) transistor. I was given an extra socket for this position if I wish to experiment and was also given high gain germanium transistor. My question, is if I go this route, will the pedal still work if I decide to leave the socket empty and only go with germ 1 and germ 2? Now I have the fun of decoding the color bands on the six resistors contained within the kit. Oh the joy. I have a second fuzz kit to build that was at least kind enough to label them for me. Sadly it came with nothing more than a diagram to guess from as directions. Sorry for the long winded post and thanks for any help I may receive.