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I have 3 noma transformer lv1064. I never used them until now & one does not work. I can hear something loose inside. How do I take the transformer apart?

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    Gordon McNair Nov 02, 2019

    This transformer is surrounded by rock & concrete. The closest combustible article is 22 feet away. It is a Noma Moonrays programmable transformer (1-8 hrs or dawn-dusk) I can't find one to buy, but if I can get it apart, I can easily reseal it securely. It will not come apart. I have one problem - How do I disassemble it? Please help. THANK YOU,
    GORDON

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This is a transformer/timer for a Noma Moonrays lighting system, correct? My advice is not to take the transformer apart, they are not designed to be repaired, and for $45 value, it is not worth the safety risk of a repaired transformer failing and causing a fire.

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Copy follwoing link to help identify timer and download possible manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#Power-pack
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Moonray-power-pack-manual.pdf

If this is analog timer:
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I'm not sure how a Noma brand transformer stacks up against any other transformers, but all will have shortened life expectancies if they are over-loaded for very long or installed incorrectly.
Heat is the number one killer of electrics / electronics. Internally generated heat is usually where the heat comes from - if installed incorrectly. Most times, overheating indicates overload. Too many lights, too much weight, running too long, etc.
Conversely, a lightly loaded electric / electronic device could last many, many years beyond its design because it is underused or underloaded.
Improper installation will shorten the life of even an underused device. Most electrics installation requirements call for clearances around cabinets, etc. to must be maintained to allow for cooling and ventilation. If insufficient cooling or air flow is provided, overheating results. Overheating causes the breakdown of insulation, conductors, etc. and over time, will cause premature failure or worse.
Good luck!

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