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Had a goodman air handler with electric heat coils/evap coil go down. Wasn't getting any control voltage out of the transformer----208>24 volts. Had 208 going into the transformer, checked voltage at breakers and all safeties/switches. Replaced with a brand new transformer and same thing, no 24V coming out of transformer but I noticed the transformer got warm to the touch. Talked to the tenant on the way out, and he said he recently installed a wall mount TV near the thermostat. Would a short in the thermostat wire cause the transformer not to give off 24V? There is no neutral hooked up to this unit, just ground. When I go back tomorrow, I'm going to disconnect all thermostat wires and see if I get anywhere. Any other ideas?