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Old 10-04-2011, 09:49 AM   #1
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Looking for a source for a Payne 24V 40AMP Transformer HT01CN241
Any online vendors with good prices?

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Old 10-04-2011, 11:03 AM   #2
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that's 40 VA (volt/amps) why Payne just becuase it is inside the unit or has their tag on it any general purpose TR will do check the grainger catalog for prices ..fused circuit breaker types...#3TZ66 for example 115V/24V 40 VA

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Any old general purpose step down transformer will work but if you want to pay three times as much, here you go.

http://www.americanhvacparts.com/Mer..._Code=t1-payne
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Any old general purpose step down transformer will work but if you want to pay three times as much, here you go.

http://www.americanhvacparts.com/Mer..._Code=t1-payne
I want to thank you for helping me. THANK YOU! I found a transformer near my house at a local supplier for 18 dollars now the fan and heat is working so we can get warm this winter. I also bought a new HVAC voltage reader and that is how I found the transformer not putting out 24V.
I have been a kitchen remodeler for 36 years I think I am going to join a DIY forum to see if I can help someone there.
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I want to thank you for helping me. THANK YOU! I found a transformer near my house at a local supplier for 18 dollars now the fan and heat is working so we can get warm this winter. I also bought a new HVAC voltage reader and that is how I found the transformer not putting out 24V.
I have been a kitchen remodeler for 36 years I think I am going to join a DIY forum to see if I can help someone there.
Doc Holiday you are a good man.

It's a good feeling helping people out so we're on the same page, and you're welcome. I'm glad we could help.

And you already are a part of the biggest and best DIY forum there is so have at it and welcome

There's lot of home renovations going on on this site.
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