Help! I am having trouble with non-functioning tremolo on a Fender 6G3 build I’m working on. I have tried everything and racked my brain, going over and over the schematic and wiring diagram. Nothing. Here's what I know: I installed a bias pot and it is putting out proper negative voltage to the input of the intensity pot. The amp is biased at about 70 percent dissipation and otherwise is playing very well. The center of the intensity pot runs to a .05 cap to ground and also to the junction of the two 220K resistors running to the output grids. The first two leads on the speed pot are bridged and feed a 100K resistor to ground. The high side of the speed pot runs to the .02 and .01 caps as shown on schematic and wiring diagram. The 1/2 of the 12Ax7 that powers the tremolo has the correct voltages. The cathode (pin 8 side) is at 2.4 volts (spec is 2 volts). The anode (pin 6 side) is at 216 volts (spec 205). I have checked and rechecked all wiring and run continuity tests between the various points just in case there was a cold or dry solder connection. There’s continuity everywhere. I’ve checked all caps for problems; all are good. Also checked all resistors, also all good. I checked the pots (250K linear for intensity, 3.5M for speed) and both are good and have the proper range. The tremolo is not grounded; I have not built the pedal yet so the signal is not being grounded out (ran continuity test from tremolo pedal point to ground just to make sure I hadn't accidentally grounded it. No continuity so it's in circuit. At this point I am totally stumped. Can anyone give me a tip or two on what to try next? I realize the photos probably won’t help much but I thought I’d throw them in anyway. Note that the far left pot is an across the line master volume control, not the Intensity (second pot from left) or speed (third pot from left). Thank you much.