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When i wire transformer it burn

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Something is either shorted or you are wiring the wrong wire on primary. they have different wire colors for different voltages. also install a 3 amp fuse in transformer wire & it wont burn up.

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I install a new limit switch and now something keep burning out the transformer i replace it also and something keep burning it out what the problem could be


All transformer comes with a current limit specification in terms of VA units. For example a 24 v secondary coil with 6 VA specification only can hold a current of of 4 amps for a short period of time. So to prevent that it burned out you only pass an 80% of that current, then it really can hold 3.2 amps continuously.
Other possibles causes for burning the transformer are:
1. Accidentally connecting the primary and secondary reversed, the secondary can not manage the voltage and current of the primary .
2. A coil or device that is connected to the secondary is demanding to much current because is shorted or stuck in a position causing an increase on current.
3. The primary have multiple taps to operate on different voltages and the combination is wrong.
3. Faulty wiring. Some times the insulation of the wires became worm, cracked or melted, with the wires torches the metal a short is produced and the transformer burns. Check the wires carefully.

Hope these tips help,.

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Transforer has three places to hook up wires instead of two


This will be for different output voltages.
Use multimeter set to ohms to test which wires have continuity.
If you connect Hot and neutral to wrong wires, it will burn up the transformer.
Copy following lind for illustration showing Intermatic 4-wire low voltage pool transformer:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/PX-600-wiring-diagram-900.jpg

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I have a HE265Ahumidifier it keep burning out transformer whats wrong


Hello, usually the transformer will burn up when the amp rating of the transformer is being exceded or if there is a short in the low voltage wiring

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I have the ML300RTW can I use 16 guage wire with this unit ? I will be having [4] four lights . Thank You


16 gauge wire is fine.
Check if wire gets hot.
Make sure bulb wattage matches 300Watt output of transformer.
If you have less than 300Watts, then bulbs will burn out faster and transformer will burn out.
Replace bulbs as soon as they burn out.
Open following link for troubleshoot and tips:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Malibu-power-pack-stopped-working.html

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I have a intertherm electric furnace model #FEH=015HA=03 w/ an A coil for my AC. Date code 870902 . It burns out the transformer. It did it about a month ago and it was replaced by a certified electrician....


Hi,
There is a short in the low voltage wiring somewhere...this type of thing can be very hard to track down and is probably a wire rubbed through somewhere...
Have the electrician install a 5 amp. automotive type fuse in the low voltage wiring right after the transformer to keep from burning up anymore transformers...I would do this even if you think you find the problem...

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I cleaned my io breeze quadra plates with rubbing alcohol reinserted and turned it on, it made some crackling noises and started emmiting a burning smell like a hot transformer pulled insert plates found...


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Will a short/ground in the thermostat wires cause a model(-) HQA to burn up the 24 volt transformer


If the transformer wires are shorted together, this will burn up the transformer. Normally transformers on the LV side (24 volt) are not grounded, but the solenoids that they control could be grounded, and a t-stat wire that is unintentionally grounded could burn up the transformer, but its not likely.

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