Another long hard day over the SR-2000, and I am about where I was when I last left off. I looked at the IF Transformers, and even took them out. I noticed someone had installed an 18pF cap across the output, which isn't shown in the schematic. I also physically removed the transformer and thoroughly inspected it. Everything looks well and unmolested. I put it back in WITHOUT the 18pF and now, I can tune both slugs. Now, the transformers are NOT broadbanded like Jim recommends, but they are peaked to pass maximum signal. And it does work well on RX. On 40-10M, I can hear signals down BELOW -117dBM. WOW!!! That is INCREDIBLY Sensitive! SO that says everything in the IF path HAS to work, as the same circuit is used on TX and RX. SO the problem is elsewhere. 75M is a little numb though... It MAY be a problem with the bandswitch. I can see just a LITTLE signal going into the Driver but nothing whatsoever coming out. All voltages look fine. So it could be a coil issue with the bandswitch not making correct contact. HAIR TEARER!!! My mind is just NUMB from trying SO HARD all day long to fix this radio. Not getting anywhere. But it DOES make a good RECEIVER!!!