Quick question (sorry if this has been answered in the forums before, I searched but couldn't find a thread). I'm replacing a bad input jack on my 1982 cab. Been on there since at least 2005, when I got it (probably twice as long, from the looks of it). It has three solder lugs. Two of them are jumped together. The only one available at my local shop was a 2-lug. I was told in a previous thread that this current jack is NOT the original jack and that a 2-lug should be there instead. I'm a novice when it comes to this stuff. Just seeking some advice on this. Attached are photos of the current (bad) jack and some photos of the new jack still in the packaging. Just curious if this replacment is a good fit and if so, how should I go about wiring? Same was the old one, just without the jumper line connecting lugs 1 and 2? P.S. Cab is wired in PARALLEL (4ohms), with Celestion G12-80s, 15ohm, cone stamp 444, T3103, if that matters to anyone. Thanks!