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The last 4 posts

Sunday, May 15th 2011, 6:50pm

by mrfixit

Maybe the controller itself is shorting out the transformer.

Sunday, May 15th 2011, 6:46pm

by m&sps

there is nothing else on the wire run, just the pro-c, what would ohm out the field wires do?

Sunday, May 15th 2011, 1:09pm

by Wet_Boots

how does the system wiring ohm out? Any other devices on the branch the controller is on? Lightning?

Sunday, May 15th 2011, 6:18am

by m&sps

Hunter Pro-C Transformer

A customer of mine has a hunter pro-c and it keeps going though transformers, we had a new breaker put into the fuse panel, had new wires run, new outlet, grounded the clock outside, put in a in-line surge protector yet it keeps blowing them. I am not sure what way to go now. any help would be great thanks