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    Default transformer with reset

    It says it's a transformer, so I guess it is. Seems to have Romex coming out both sides. It has a reset button. This is in the basement of a 110 year old "rehab". Really nice place, actually.
    Any clues about this "transformer"?

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    Default Re: transformer with reset

    Looks like a transformer that I use for 12v undercabinet lighting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Port View Post
    Looks like a transformer that I use for 12v undercabinet lighting.
    Thanks Jim. That may be it.

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    Default Re: transformer with reset

    Quote Originally Posted by John Arnold View Post
    It says it's a transformer, so I guess it is. Seems to have Romex coming out both sides. It has a reset button. This is in the basement of a 110 year old "rehab". Really nice place, actually.
    Any clues about this "transformer"?
    OK John. Quit joking. Have you been working too hard lately? Not enough sleep?


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    Default Re: transformer with reset

    It's a remote transformer for low voltage lighting.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Ostrowski View Post
    OK John. Quit joking. Have you been working too hard lately? Not enough sleep?
    Sorry. Maybe I should have mentioned, it's not in Philadelphia. It's in Swarthmore.

    Now I'll try it again.

    It's actually a really nice place.

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