Finding transformer for Under cabinet linear lighting - how?

mrskronJune 26, 2009

We bought a home 3 years ago that had been completely remodeled. They installed under cabinet lighting in the kitchen. Recently, one string died. We have learned that there is a transformer, but cannot locate it to see if it just needs a "re-set". We've been looking in cupboards, under the house, and in the attic. Our attic is mostly covered in 2-3' of blown-in insulation, and it appears that wouldn't be where the transformer ought to be. If it is, we can't see it for the insultation.

Any ideas where we might logically look?

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