I checked all the tubes and they looked OK. I placed another fuse in the holder and tried it again. Same thing, but I was watching the rectifier. I saw arcing in the rectifier.
Pulled the rectifier and replaced it with a Webber Copper Cap SS rectifier. Replaced the fuse, turned it on, everything powered up and played fine. I let it warm up a bit and re-biased. All is OK now.
I called Bob to ask him about it and he said that is somewhat typical of a bad rectifier. Bob pointed me to Ruby 5AR4 rectifier, so I have ordered a couple of those.
Bob, I just wanted to thank you for being there for us! I really appreciate the fact that I have you to help me with this amp that I have fallen in love with, it was made for my Klipsch Cornwall's!