ive got this power transformer that came out of an old Ampro Projector that was running 3, 6V6's, 5Z4, 6SJ7, 6J5 and something else... i planned on using it for my "Vintage Build" and i just got around to finding out whether its dead or not. turns out its not. so yay. but i wanted to post the readings i was getting from it, un-installed, and just sitting on my workbench. -to see if anything jumps out as abnormal, or is it good to go? OHM READINGS: primary: 5.9ohms 2ndary: HT: 217.4 HT-a to C/T: 103 HT-b to C/T: 114.6 6.3v Filament: .03 F-a to C/T: .02 F-b to C/T: .04 5v Heater: .03 VOLTAGES: using a variac, i set the input to the primary at 120VAC 2ndary: HT: 862 VAC (!!) HT-a to C/T: 432 HT-b to C/T: 429 6.3v Filament: 7.53 F-a to C/T: 3.77 F-b to C/T: 3.73 5v Heater: 5.77 im concerned about what looks like an enormous voltage on the HT 2ndary, and it being un-even on either side of the C/T by just a few volts. i can always knock the voltage back with some big resistors, but im sure the un-even-ness will this balance out with the filter caps. the 6.3v filament seems high, but theres no load. can i add a Humdinger to balance the load? with a C/T filament? ive seen posts with people talking about "elevated filaments" but i dont really know how that works, or for what purpose. im thinking its good overall, but probably way more than what i need for my Vintage build. but its what i have on hand, so there you go. thoughts?