It sounds like you are shopping for a used unit?My Voltec level2 crapped out after 51/2 years . Looking to replace it with another Voltec or clipper creek or ??.
Any out there for sale?
Carl brings up a great point. Many times the only issue ends up being a blown fuse on the line coming in, which is easily fixed for only a few bucks.Before you replace your broken Voltec, if you are comfortable opening it up, check the two line fuses. Replacing those world be much cheaper than buying a new unit..
Ah, guess I should've looked for your response before replying.Thanks. I replaced both fuses about 2 years ago .Currently they check out OK. Probably something else. I look it over once more time before I order a Clipper Creek.