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It's Thomas, just wanted to add, be sure you are testing for 24 right at the transformer. There could be a 5 amp fuse inline somewhere that's stopping the 24. If you're checking right at the transformer a blown fuse won't matter. If 24 at transformer obviously it's still good, losing voltage somewhere else. Good Luck !!
Posted on May 12, 2017
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