OK So far I have that batch of pics loaded. I will try to sort through things to see if I missed some vital shots. Anyhow, I will tell the story as best I know it. I am still in the dark on how the seller got the amp to work long enough for me to buy it. SO, I saw his ad, we conversed and arranged a day to try it as I was en route to my mom's apartment in Delaware. I got to his house and he almost began to fire up the amp. I asked if I could see inside it first. He agreed and set it on his kitchen table for me to look over. The things I noticed were NO Ohms cap selector, the mismatched quad, the replaced screen grid resistor, likely original filter caps, a few changed resistors, the mismatched nuts on the 4 input holes, the missing control knob gold marker caps, discoloration stains on the top of chassis, obviously the BASS over Lead with S/L serial. Apparently original trannies and choke. The things I missed were that V1 wire Ivan pointed out and apparent Red plating in V5 but I did see V4 was a Sovtek and not a Ruby like the other 3. So, once home, I expected to at least be able to hear the amp thru the seller's speaker cab. But NO. As soon as I took it off standby, I got a nasty surge sound and then no sound thru the speakers. Blew the Mains fuse. SO, I took it out and found it to be a 3 A SLow Blow. Not a 4 or 5 A as the amp calls for. Got another 4 A and this time I took the chassis out of the cab. Saw a flash in V7 and same noise in speaker. Turns out this time HT fuse blew. Replaced the HT fuse and tried again. Same deal. SO, I inquired with my more experienced brothers elsewhere who conferred I would be wise to have my tubes tested. One spotted the Red plating evidence in the V5 tube close up shot and of course the switched resistor was in V5. This is when I found a super nice Ebay tube seller who also happens to be local. Bought the Svetlana set off him and then he also agreed to test the 6550's and 12 ax7's that came with this amp for me. 5 of the 7 were below spec and the V7 that flashed, actually shut his Amplirex 1000 tester down to protect itself. He told me that tube was dangerous. Now that I got the new Svets, and 2 more 12 ax7's, the amp never blew a fuse yet.