Hey y'all, I recently picked up a restorable Heathkit DX-40 with a bad power transformer. I need a power transformer that does the following: 120 VAC primary 400 to 425 VAC or 800 to 850 VCT, at 125 to 150 mA or so 6.3 VAC at 3 to 5 A or so maximum physical size 4-1/2" by 4-1/2" by 5" tall Obviously I'm not rebuilding the power supply to stock specs. I'm ditching the tube rectifier in favor of silicon diodes. I don't care if I have to modify the chassis to fit a non-original transformer. It's okay if the exterior of the transformer is dirty/cruddy/rusty as long as it works right. Of course, the leads need to be of decent usable length. Not interested in buying an original Heath transformer. Not interested in spending a lot of money. Luckily the old transformer didn't melt down and gum up the chassis with tar, or fail catastrophically and scorch the chassis. I've seen 'em fail both ways. . .