I have a lightning circuit that is fed by 120 volts through a 14 gauge wire into a transformer that reduces it to 24 volts. On the load side I have daisy chained the power to four separate switches each supplying one exterior lighting fixture of the same voltage requirement. However the three following lights after the first switch only work if the first switch is in the on position. Originally the wiring was 4 separate loads from the transformer all tied in at the trans and everything worked well. Can anyone enlighten me to what the possible problem could be. Can I not daisy chain a low voltage lighting circuit. Is it voltage drop? If it is voltage drop then why would the other lights work with only the first switch turned on.There is no more than 100 feet and probably less between the transformer and the final switch and again it is in 14 gauge wire.