I have already checked out the following thread, which refers to loose lamp sockets in Altman Shakespeares; http://www.controlbooth.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1160 I have a similar problem with loose lamp sockets in Altman 360Q's. I have somewhere around 35 360Q's in the theater and they are all about 10 years old, at least 5 of the lamp sockets no longer make adequate contact with the lamps. In the thread on the Shakespeare it seems that replacing only the Shakespeare socket itself (part #97-1580) is possible. I am wondering if this is possible with the 360Q or if it would be easier to just purchase new socket cap assemblies. The problem with the 360Q is that the socket is partially covered by a metal box (#20-0138 in the Altman drawing) that is riveted to the socket base plate; from my initial attempt to access the socket this seemed to make it fairly difficult. I am wondering if it is indeed fairly straightforward to replace the socket only and what steps I need to follow to do this effectively. Any help would be greatly appreciated!