Hi all, I have a power transformer from a Hammond AO-29 amp. The transformer (AO-24110) ran push pull 6V6GTss. I have been trying to find specs on this transformer, and Google results vary. My question is, does anyone know the current rating of the high voltage secondary? Trying to determine what it can handle. I read a thread somewhere saying that the transformer can handle 6L6s up to 35 watts. From the post: "As I said I have one of each type that came on the AO29 the 380-0-380 is 4.5"x3.75"x1.625" core dimension weighs about9 lbs. The 320-0-320 (AO24110) 3.75"x3.125"x1.625" weighs about 6lbs. If the one you have matches the second one, it is great iron for a 6v6 (tube or SS recto) will even handle 6l6s up to 35watts or so. -Andy" I ask because I'm thinking about building a cathode-biased Fender Pro 5E5, which ran at about 25 watts. Does anyone have any insight on whether this transformer could handle that? Thanks!