So I am restoring an Rev-0 Apple II supply for someone. I was told it wasn't working and It was missing the power connector, so I replaced that. I opened it up (it already had screws, I know older supplies were riveted). Visually everything looked good, nothing leaking or bulging. I checked the fuse.
OK basics done before I dig into real troubleshooting.
So I figured I'd plug it in to test. However I know these early silver supplies need a load resistor or a bulb. The later ones you can simply plug in and check the voltages at the cable. I obviously don't want to risk an Apple II+ board if the supply is bad, but it's been a while since I repaired my own Rev-0 supply that I don't recall if all the voltages need a load, just the +5 or both the +5 and +12. Before I rig something up, I figured I'd ask. and trust me it will be rigged up, I don't have any spare PCB side connectors (I think I will order a few for the future and make a real tester).
So which voltages on these older supplies need a load resistor for me to test?