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Biasing Marshall DSL 100

Where can i learn/buy what I need to bias my own amp when i get new tubes? I am in a live-playing band with constant shows and no guitar tech. What can I do to save some loot, but get my stuff done right?

p.s. i need to figure out how to adjust necks properly as well, but this is for a different time and a different thread...
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