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Sometimes the circuit is wired that the relay must be energized before you get voltage to the bridge rectifier positive pin. If not, be sure the ground of your test lead is on the hot side ground and not common ground when making the measurement at the positive pin. If wired as I mentioned, trace down the circuit that has voltage to the coil of the relay starting from the AC voltage source.

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