Hi, I'm by no means an electronics expert, but I have managed to do a fair bit of fixing work on my own equipment in the past, however , i'm not experienced with power transformers. I just stumbled across a Pioneer A-5 amplifier which is completely dead (wont power on). I put my multimeter on the secondary side of the power transformer and measured the voltage between the positive red leads and the black ground lead. It is showing absolutely no voltage. Am I testing it correctly? and does this confirm that the transformer is dead? also - I noticed that there is continuity between the positive and negative leads of the transformer (tested on the secondary side) - is this normal, or also indicating a dead transformer?