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: Be sure that you perform a ground fault test on the heater. It may or
: may not have been the cause of this. Frequently, it is just the
: heater relay board, but you don't want to fry a new board just
: because you forget to check.
hmmm how do i test this nofault 6000? looks all sealed and wire going in each end...not like heater diagrams i've seen on the web. I ohm tested the wire terminals at the box and got 11. How can i test for ground fault on it?
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