Hi Folks. I'm hoping that somebody on this page can help me map this transformer. It's a mystery one from an old radio that I picked up. The radio was converted to a guitar amp but never actually worked - in fact it was downright dangerous - the way it was wired up it was sending 200v to ground. So I pulled it apart and kept the power transformer, output transformer and tubes. It's an EF86 preamp and EL84 power tube so I'm looking at making an AC4 clone. Trouble is, this transformer is wired weird. I've mapped the resistance on the transformer but I'm struggling to work it out. Obviously too many beers today. Can somebody assist me here? I'm interested in what points I need to wire up for the heaters and what for the high voltage, and whether the Active, Neutral and Earth were originally wired up properly. I'll use a solid state rectifier in this amp so I'm not overly concerned whether I can get 5V out of this power transformer, but I'm pretty sure I can get high voltage and 6.35V. The wire colours are deceiving - they were all soldered on by the person who originally made the guitar amp conversion which didn't work so I am dubious about all the wiring. Can any of y'all help here?