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Watertech presscontrol relay on pc board only getting 12 volts should be 24v. Relay tests ok. Red fault light on.

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If I understand when you unplug from the power source ,then plug back in the green LED comes on, looking normal ? But when you manually activate the switch on the motor housing of the vac itself the vac does not start and the LED goes out, so no green or red LED at that point?
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