Not really. A 30 second skim of the manual say terminals 1-2 are for a volt meter, 3-4 for an ampmeter. Obviously the Track DC goes to the track, AC out is 16VAC for accessory power, and that should have 16v when the power is turned on.
The Track power should vary with the control (show a picture of the control unit).
That's about all I can tell you. It doesn't appear to be that complicated, so it should be easy to test.
Also, you want to keep it in the HO position unless you're running G scale trains. Nudge gives you better granular control at low speed.
If you aren't getting any power out, check for fuses or circuit breakers.