Someone at my school is offering to sell me an old occiloscope that just quit giving a verticle readout for $15. It turns on, but the line stays flat. I don't have a scope, so it would be nice to have one. This is a model from the 60's, its very sturdy looking. Its an EICO, I dont know the model but I could find out. So what are the chances this is fixable, I know some stuff isn't worth trying to fix, but I'm not familiar with scopes enough to decide. I figure that if I cant get it working I would get a nice case with a lot of pots and knobs and some other stuff. Anyway, the central question is, does this sound like something a person who can solder and build basic stuff like amplifiers, but is not a technician, could repair?