Ron; So noted! At the time I had it sitting on end with a block of wood under the side of the power transformer to help stabilize it. I also after some reflection realized that I have not cleaned the tube sockets nor the various controls either, so there are a number of things I still need to do. It all takes time, effort, parts, supplies and some amount of intelligence. There are some days I seem to be missing in the upstairs department. I can do some stupid things at times and later realize that I knew better. One downside of all this is that in the last few weeks with my frequent work on radio chassis, I have discovered that I am allergic to the fumes from rosin flux in soldering operations. By the end of the day I am so stopped up that I have to resort to Zyrtec or similar medication and even Afrin nasal spray. I may have to invest in some sort of ventilation system in my study when I am working on electronic equipment. This is a real bummer! When I was young, I never had this problem.