I have an MSD 6010 on my run in stand and when I tried to run an LS I just built, I didn't have fire to the coils. I did all the usual checks and power was getting to the box but not out of it. So i pulled it and installed the 6010 that was supposed to go with the engine that was new. Same thing. So I called MSD and they said I must have had a voltage spike that fried both boxes. My 6010 is older and out of warranty and his was bought 2 years ago but never used so I get to buy him a new one. I decided to take mine apart to see what was fried in it and there is an epoxy holding everything together. I stuck it in the oven to try to soften it up enough or liquify it, but no luck. I didn't take the oven past 350 because I was afraid it would melt the plug. Anyone have any ideas?