Hi, I'm working on a 2017 dsl100h. Was working one second no sound the next. Opened it up and found a blown FS1 fuse which is coming off the standby switch. Ordered fuses and while I am waiting thought I would Check the power transformer. No shorts to ground and continuity between the windings. Would like to check the output Transformer but my schematic does not show color coding on the wires. My schematic shows the part number of TX Op 900 0 1. Number on a sticker on the Transformer is VT 1410. There are six leads coming out of the OT, a brown, Gray, and red which I think are the primary and a black, green, and violet which are going to the output board. I am getting a reading of around 65 ohms between the red and brown wires on the primary and 35 and 29 ohms between gray and red and gray and brown. Are these readings okay. The only thing I can get between all three wires on the output is continuity I cannot get an ohm reading from any of the wires on the output side. No shorts to ground from any of the six leads. Has anybody seen the dead amp problem before so that I might Fast Track This repair? Thanks in advance.