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Westinghouse transfer switch when placing switch in auto position nr relay chatters and will not pull in. i removed relay and placed fluke meter 87V in coil pins relays are 12vdc coils tested voltage when switch placed in auto 7.1vdc voltage isn't high enough to pull contacts in but can't find where the voltage is actually being stepped down and changed to dc voltage no rectifiers are found inside switch just nt1 and et1 transformers.

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Your unit is most likely a rebranded generac unit. go join the forum at www.ziller.com and pose this question there. ill bet you get an answer real quick.. good luck

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