I need some advice please guys! I was in the process of restoring an early Clipperton-L with a serial number of 0745. So far, so good. Just bought a second one as a source of spares with a serial number of 3734. The owner had changed the meter, disabled the meter switch so it just reads anode current and messed around with it a bit, hence my logic in using this one for spares. Removed the lid and it has some major differences to my early one: 1. A whole PCB attached to the valve bases rather than the tag strips. 2. Different coils and doorknob capacitors in the PA compartment. 3. Longer choke feeding the anodes with much shorter chokes running to the anode caps. 4. The transformer is physically slightly smaller. Now I don't know what to do - could the anode connections be directly swapped over for starters? Is anyone familiar with the differences? Now I need to work out if the circuit diagram I have in the .pdf manual is for an early or late amplifier.