Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
There is a short in the low voltage wiring somewhere...this type of thing can be very hard to track down and is probably a wire rubbed through somewhere...
Have the electrician install a 5 amp. automotive type fuse in the low voltage wiring right after the transformer to keep from burning up anymore transformers...I would do this even if you think you find the problem...
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