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    yes 24 volts i can actually use the thermostat...

    yes 24 volts i can actually use the thermostat switch to turn off and on the contactor will shut off and on but when connected it stays on.
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    yes

    yes
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    Additional information.. the unit now kicks on...

    Additional information.. the unit now kicks on and there are no problems with the thermostat line touching or misplaced. all volts are good. new contactor just stays stuck in.i do not want to kill...
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    New contactor installed still sticks in..

    I turned the power off and switched the old contactor that was stuck in. installed the new one and same problem. any suggestions? ty in advance!
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    I was helping out my friend today with his unit...

    I was helping out my friend today with his unit and discovered the contactor was stuck in, i pulled power and replaced it. After i did it started right up but the new contactor immediately was stuck...
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    Hello all from Indiana

    i have been a commercial installer for 7 years. A year into the tech world am needing a little help from the vets. Thanks.:cheers:
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