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Old 06-16-2012, 06:56 PM   #46
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check continuity of the fuse....
Do I just put both ends red on one side and black on the other of my volt meter?

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you must have an ohm meter or a multimeter set to ohms, but yes that is how you would do it.
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I just tested the red wires at the thermostat and no 24 volts the lights to the board still don't come on. I do have 26 volts on the otherside of the transformer. I also chaged out the condensor board and still nothing. I just went through cut all the wires to the ltv board and redid them to the specs in the diagram and still not working. I am about to cry> Should I still try to twist the stat wires together?
Check continuity of wires between control board and thermostat
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that wont do any good as there is no voltage @ the lvtb
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that wont do any good as there is no voltage @ the lvtb

Ok, lets put detail ..... then test the wires between the transformer and control board / thermostat
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Ok, lets put detail ..... then test the wires between the transformer and control board / thermostat
oK I am about to bow out. I need really detailed info about how to test the voltage between the transformer and board where do I put it. Here are a few of the pics I promised this isn't looking to good.
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oK I am about to bow out. I need really detailed info about how to test the voltage between the transformer and board where do I put it. Here are a few of the pics I promised this isn't looking to good.


Ok,,,,give me your address I'll get the airplane right now with my camera.....and tools of course....
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Adrien, thanks for the pics, unfortunately there is not much more we can do over the internet for you. It may be time to call in a pro...
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Adrien, thanks for the pics, unfortunately there is not much more we can do over the internet for you. It may be time to call in a pro...
I think you are right I just had a tech look at it and he said he can't figure it out either. He wasn't trane cerified though. Look like I have to get a trane tech and pull out the big bucks. Thanks for all your help guys.
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