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  1. #1
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    Cool cant find a short

    what is the best wayu to find a low voltage short?

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    with a meter, make sure it is set to "horse-shoe"

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    oh god
    Right on....

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    Read the site rules.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Why do you think you have a low voltage short?
    What's my post count now?
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    Please review the site rules. We are unable to help the Do-It-Yourselfer!

    Please call a contractor to service your system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael farris View Post
    what is the best way to find a low voltage short?
    I don't know about the best way but the bravest way is with your tongue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michael farris View Post
    what is the best wayu to find a low voltage short?

    Mr. Farris,

    I have just recieved your email. It would be extremely helpful to the Mod Team if you would completely fill out your profile, then we would not mistake you for a H/O looking for DIY help.

    Also if you are a Pro you should read this

    and apply here

    Once we recognize you as a Pro we will help you all we can.

    Thanks!

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    You such a nice guy Bob you remind me of me.
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    When in doubt run it out.

    Lets just say that you are a tech and the problem is a short in your t-stat wire. You should know how to at least narrow down to the wire with the short. If you cant find the kink with in arms length of the furnace then I would replace the whole run. It works for me everytime I have a short in the low- voltage wire.
    If your not getting the results you desire then change. People change from either desperation or inspiration.

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    Browntigerus...

    Regardless of your disagreement with the site rules, this site does not exist to provide DIY assistance. Therefore, your post was removed. The OP may in fact be a professional in the trade. However, troubleshooting posts are not permitted in the open forums.

    This is at least the second time a moderator has removed one of your posts.

    Your posting privileges have been removed for one week.
    Last edited by jrbenny; 05-09-2007 at 12:01 AM.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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