Question about Electrical Supplies
Where are you checking the power at? The transformer? Or the fence wire itself? The power to the transformer is basic 110 volt, 15 or 20 amp circuit, need to be in a pipe or somewhat protected, , like through a wall. The transfomrer should be accessible, and can be switched by a light switch in a box. Your fence wire has to be a continuous run, no breaks, and make a complete circuit. It comes in different voltages, And will blow out a tester in a flash if it is on the wrong setting, so start with the high voltage and work your way down when testing. Some are just a tickle, some will knock you on your ****. So be careful. Make sure the breaker is on and good, and the plug is good if it has one. Also, it should hum or buzz when running. The horse will only have to touch it one time and he will never go near it again. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 05, 2010
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