About a month ago I was asked by an acquaintance of Pat's, and myself to work oh his Heath HL-2200 Some work had been done on the amp, appears to have sat for a while before we entered into discussions on the work to be done to this amplifier, and it came to me in a basket. although not as much of a basket as you see in the first picture below. I also have the power transformer, the metal work not seen in the picture, knobs, tubes, and most if not all the hardware, some maybe missing. So this will be a fun project, I have most of the needed parts, including an Ameritron plate choke which I will have install. Today I will take inventory on the parts I have, and place an order for the parts I need. Because of the desire to have better power supply regulation the owner has decided to go with larger filter caps, so a W7RY step start board was ordered right off.... The amplifier has an SB-220 input / output sub-chassis installed. The wiring was never completed, so that will be one of the first things I will do, it will require removal of the sub-chassis, I am not going to strain myself building up that input circuit, plus I want to inspect the output side of things carefully. We will get lots of pictures of that in this rehab. I hadn't asked the owner about the ALC if he wants it left in or not, so it will stay in spite of its limited usefulness. The AC line caps are going out, and new Class X1 caps are going in. This relay is going to stay, it is good enough and the execution of that mod is good, although some of the wiring will need to be cleaned up. So this project will be a staple of this forum for July and August. Lots of work, lots of fun.