Q: I have made the changes i said before with the 0.1 cap etc, now i have 17.6v at the second rectifier , and 26v at the fourth rectifier and then i have a problem on the top two i have problems as the second 1 down starts at 4v when i put the tester on and then it immediately comes down when i put the probes on, the top 1 changes a little bit too but it reads around 1v. These are all tested as you said, from negative bus bar to the right hand side where the line is on each rectifier. Also when i keep testing all of them randomly during the day, sometimes they start at a certain voltage and then they come down the longer i leave the tester on.???????
A: This is a strange result in deed.
You are doing well with your build - it looks good. It is good to have longer wires as the final location on enclosure is not finalize. Too short of wires need to be bend to make it fit - if bends are made close to the solder point, then there is very high chance that it will break there.
I have noticed another error in my diagram (I feel sheepish)
it is with the 22uF capacitor, turn it around 180 deg (where there was + it should be -) see if that fixes the odd behavior above. All else as I can see looks good, what I am not able to see well were the back of the circuit pictures, so it is up to you to make sure there are no cross soldered connections.
Check also the 50v 10uF caps - make sure they are 10uF.
Then cross check the rectifiers numbers - make sure they all are the same especially the ones that have bad reading.
What is the voltage / watt rating for that CS lamp?
(Check the soldering on back side of the board at the CS circuit - it was hard for me to see it and it almost looked like there was cross-connection there - lots of solder)