Thank you as well! And likewise I smell something that anyone would step in if they were not watching the dog!
Originally posted by youngw
Coolguysfl, I somewhat agree with you, but when you work side by side with someone in the business , you do tend to pick up knowledge of the job you are doing and that is what I have done for many years. No I don't do this full time, but I've done it for more years then I want to remember.
Brettn, you are right. It was a short, caused by a faulty transformer. After installing the new transformer, which does have a line fuse on the low voltage side, everything worked fine. I did look at the whole control board, front and back for damage. The only damage was to the transformer. Luckily the short was on the high voltage side and did no damage to the control board. And yes I did have a licensed HVAC pro look things over. His response was like I said, a faulty part. I did get rid of the Hunter thermostat and istalled a Honywell, just to make sure.
His comments to me were very proffessional and he stated that I did a very proffesional install.
Cold_n_mode, thank you for your response