Energizer is not on or there is no voltmeter reading
across the energizer output terminals with the
energizer disconnected from the fence.
1A. Probable Cause: Mainline power outage or
blown fuse on input circuit
Solution: Restore power or replace blown fuse
1B. Probable Cause: Energizer is switched off
Solution: Check energizer “on-off” switch.
1C. Probable Cause: Dry cell batteries are dead;
wet cell batteries are discharged
Solution: Recharge or replace batteries
1D. Probable Cause: Battery terminals are corroded
Solution: Clean terminals
1E. Probable Cause: Energizer is faulty
Solution: Have energizer serviced