You need to trace the circuit back to the point were you start picking
up a voltage (you really need a volt meter for this), there are just
to many things it 'could be' to start guessing, trace the fault and
fix what is wrong rather than replace parts until you hit gold -
unless you like buying parts you don't need!
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