So I scooped up a Grommes LJ-2 this afternoon - 5Y3 w/ 6V6s, a 6SC7 and 6SL7 phase inverter. The seller had it playing music when I pulled up - it works, wasn't terribly loud though. The power transformer is properly functioning - seems to be 360-0-360 or at least it is now with my wall voltage. The output transformer seems okay... but one side of the primary meters at 140 Ω and the other side is 240 Ω. Isn't that way lopsided? Could the insulation be worn through on that one side causing it to read less resistance? Open circuit between the primary and secondary as it should be Provided the OT is okay would it be blasphemous to covert this to a 5C3? If the output transformer needs replacing I'm definitely doing it.