This is an ultrasonic remote control chassis inside a 1961 RCA ctc-10 tv I'm restoring. This thing is working, sort of, seems weak, have to put remote real close to the microphone on front of set for it to work most of the functions. Hand unit has been recapped (a paper cap and electrolytic) which made it work a lot better, as well as the 40mf and5mf caps in the chassis. Moving the keyer tubes around can make one function work better, another worse, or work, or not work, like the functions are all borderline besides the tubes. Tubes test good. 1st 12ax7 is shielded. Having trouble figuring out the voltages I'm measuring, mainly on left of this diagram, 130 instead of 100, 61 instead of 165. I can't even figure out why it SHOULD have 165 volts there, shouldn't the 2 megs of resistance after the 175v shunt it down to about 60v I'm getting? I changed c1001 with no effect. I am testing it on a bench with no mike plugged in as per the schems, and just 120v going into the power connector. Can anybody interpret these voltages and see anything that sticks out like a sore thumb as to possible culprit? I just do not get how that SHOULD be 165v at the mike plug, having trouble understanding that, on top of the fact that I'm measuring only 61v. thanks!