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Malibu ml200rt internal wiring schematics

I have an ML200rt Malibu transformer and it fell from where was attachedc and the internal wires came out.
I opened the transformer and cannot tell where the black and white wires that feed the ac are connected internally.
Des anyone have a diagram of the intenal connections?

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If you have a meter you can test for 12 volts AC on the output of the transformer. They go to terminals
A & B

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Open following link for Malibu troubleshoot resourceshttp://waterheatertimer.org/Malibu-power-pack-stopped-working.html

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