Weissenb, are you comfortable with working with high voltages? The JOR is 450+V, certainly a more than dangerous level. If you don't have experience with this, you should have a local tech handle it for you.
You need to take the amplifier apart, removing the side and bottom plates. The most difficult part in the exercise is reassembling the JOR. Personally, I believe if you're going to bias the amplifier yourself, while you have the bottom plate off, expand on the vent holes to allow access to the bias potentiometer and plate resistors involved in the procedure, and convert this into an easy process.
The bias potentiometers will be obvious to you. The plate resistors involved in the procedure are 5.62Ohm, and connect the anode/plate (pin 3)of the output tubes to the output transformers. I apologize, but off-hand, I forget if it's the yellow or orange wire; just confirm the resistor value, and you know you're dealing with the right one. While measuring the voltage across this resistor, adjust its respective potentiometer to the factory recommendation 90 - 120 mV (ideally 110 mV). Personally, I would give it a listen at 150 mV, still an incredibly conservative rating (yeah, yeah, I know - WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE, WE ARE ALL GOING TO DIE!!!), and you'll hear much sonic improvement.
You can also read this thread http://forum.audiogon.com/cgi-bin/fr.pl?aamps&1336583789&openfrom&15&4#15