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A/C nor Heater will turn on.

I have checked the power source, and I am getting power everywhere. The thransformer say's 24 volts on it, but I am only guaging 8.49 volt out of it. I can manually engage the contact's making the fan come on, but they wont engage on there own. I replaced the thermostat, but no change. I think the transformer is bad, but not sure...

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Isolate the secondary side of the transformer and then check the voltage. If less than 21 volts, change it. Don't be surprized if a good transformer gives you 26 to 27 volts.

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