I recently acquired a complete KWM-2 station (KWM-2, 516F-2, 312B-5, 30L-1) that belonged to an uncle who was the original owner. Although it's in very nice physical condition, it's in the "sat in a closet for 20 years" electrical condition. Well, mostly a garage, and everything is filthy. The KWM-2 worked the last time it was used, and now it doesn't - imagine that! What is happening is when powered on, I get dial lights, and the tubes light up except for the finals, which appear to have a very dim glow. No audio from the speaker or the phone jack, and no relay engagement when attempting to switch the rig into xmit. Before I ever powered it up I recapped the 516F-2. I've also cleaned the contacts on all three relays: the two plug-ins underneath and the one in the final cage. I brought the rig up on a variac after recapping the power supply, saw these results, and then installed a recap kit (including the can) for the KWM-2. After recapping both I'm getting the same exact results mentioned above: no smoke, but not much of anything else either. As luck would have it my B&K tube tester went south a week before the station arrived so I'm unable to test tubes at the moment. I highly doubt these issues are related to a bad tube, and more than likely it's multiple failures points at the moment. So...just curious if anyone might have a suggestion based on this information? I do ok with alignments and cleaning the internals switches and controls, not so much with troubleshooting. Unless there's an "AH HA!" step I'm missing, it will most likely get sent off to one of the Collins experts who can bring it back to factory performance.