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    Carrier 30HR Relay Board

    I have a carrier 30hr-100r-510. I hooked up an ice cube relay to the alarm terminals to start a light, however, I neglected to notice the manual's note that the alarm circuit is limited to 75mA . Needless to say, I blew something. I priced a new relay board (youch!). Anyone know if there are fuses on this board, or if a relay can be replaced individually? Any help would be much appreciated.
    Customer: "I have a problem with my (Non-Descript Heating Appliance). It's really old (somewhere from 3 to 120 Years?) and it used to make a (insert noise here) and now it makes a (insert new noise here). Is that common with (Non-Descript Heating Appliance)'s ? "

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    What was the coil voltage on your relay?

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    110v
    Customer: "I have a problem with my (Non-Descript Heating Appliance). It's really old (somewhere from 3 to 120 Years?) and it used to make a (insert noise here) and now it makes a (insert new noise here). Is that common with (Non-Descript Heating Appliance)'s ? "

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