So I've had this 1484 for the better part of a year and a half sitting because I wanted to work on it myself and at the same time wanted to know what exactly I was doing and not die. I feel confident that that will not happen because I'm not 100% confident in my knowledge which keeps me on my toes and extra cautious. Here's what I've done so far and and the result. When I bought it it had very little output at all but it did play so after 5 mins a research voltage doubling electrolytic capacitors. I replaced voltage doubling capacitors at my output tube plate voltages and my B+ are a smidge high which is accounted for by the higher wall voltage - but they're in the ball park - 505+/- as opposed to 480. Here's my voltages compared to what the schematic says the should be in parentheses. Screen grids are 380v (340v) Negative Bias is -35v (-36v) To me those are all within the realm... When I get to preamp and and reverb tremolo tubes is where things get whacko. V1 Plates are 324 (100v) V2 Plates are 333 (93v) V3-1 376v (225v) (Phase inverter) V3-6 280v (100v) (Phase inverter) V4, V5, and V6 are also out of whack (reverb and tremolo) So my question is, could this be an issue with choke? The filter capacitors within the can cap? The resistors between the sections or the can cap? If I were to replace the can capacitor what would acceptable values be? I can get a 3 separate caps but it's so tight I really don't want to. I'm kind of dreading it. Thanks for the help in advance!