bryant ge low voltage problem

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Old 10-17-12, 08:48 AM
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bryant ge low voltage problem

Help !
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I have a Bryant Low voltage system
one light is now stuck on
and one works during the summer (crazy) but stops fin the fall ?

I do not have a attic, the light stuck on is on the ceiling
and I Hear the noise in the ceiling
would they have put it behind the ceiling drywall ?

how do i find the relays ???

I hope not
 

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Old 10-17-12, 10:38 AM
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Welcome to the forums!

The relays and transformer could be in the ceiling, in a wall, inside a cabinet, or somewhere near your electrical panel. Regardless of where they are, they should be accessible. Look for an access panel in your finished surfaces if you don't see them in the open.

how do i find the relays ???
Have you tried tracing the wiring for the circuit that supplies these lights, working from the panel out?
 
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Old 10-17-12, 09:20 PM
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Sounds like the relay is attached to the fixture's electrical box. Turn off power to the circuit the fixture is on AND the circuit that powers the Bryant system, remove the light fixture and see if the relay is accessable. If the relay is stuck on and buzzing, there's probably either a bad switch or a bad low voltage wire somewhere. While the system is off, you might open up the switch(s) for the fixture and see if you find any crossed wires. Tracking down the problem may take some patience. Please let us know how you do.
 
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