I have an old wurlitzer 200A that has been sounding noisier and noisier over the years, so I decided to spruce it up a bit. Rerouted wiring, replaced the neon bulb with an LED, replaced all the electrolytics, replaced some resistors, and got a new set of transistors. One package of transistors was mislabeled (and I didn't double check the label on the transistor), so I ended up installing the wrong one in TR10  it was a PNP where an NPN was supposed to go, so it blew up and took one of the onboard fuses with it.
Replaced transistor (and fuse) with the correct one eventually, and it works again... but the volume is way too low. It's quieter than a regular speaking voice at max volume, so quiet I have to put my head close to the speaker to be sure it's working. When you max out the tremolo knob, it gets a bit louder, but not much.
At this point, I'm pretty stumped and looking for advice on what to test next. I'm good with a soldering iron, but not the best at troubleshooting a circuit. I did go through and pulled test values to compare everywhere I could find them on the schematics  I'll add those below in case they might help. Thanks for reading!
transistor  Point  schem. value  tested value 
TR1  E  1.95  2.09 
 B  2.45  2.63 
 C  4.1  4.26 
TR2  E  3.4  3.6 
 B  4.1  4.2 
 C  8.8  8.4 
TR3  E  0.68  0.65 
 B  1.25  1.21 
 C  5.9  (varies) 
TR4  E  0  0 
 B  0.68  0.65 
 C  5.9  (varies) 
TR7  E  0.64  0.61 
 B   0 
 C  22  24 
TR8  E  0.64  0.61 
 B   0 
 C  22.5  25 
TR9  E  0.65  0.57 
 B  0  0 
 C  0.57  0.5 
TR10  E   0 
 B  0.65  0.5 
 C  22  24.36 
TR11  E  22.5  24.4 
 B  22  24.4 
 C   
TR12  E   0 
 B  0.65  0.57 
 C  22  24.6 
TR13  E  22.5  24.87 
 B  22  24.6 
 C  0  0 
TR14  E  22.5  24.7 
 B  22  24.15 
 C  0.65  0.56 
TR15  E  0.96  1 
 B  1.5  1.56 
 C  4  3.8 
TR16  E  2.9  2.6 
 B  4  3.8 
 C  7.7  8.12 

 TP19  15  14.42 
  22.5  24.4 
 TP18  150  150.6 