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Fuses pop because it is breaking the direct line of voltage that is being selected...anotherwords...instead of when you turn on your radio and the incorrect amount of voltage that is being sent to the radio frys it, the fuse breaks/pops to stop the flow of voltage to the radio.
The problem seems to either be a bad relay or wires are touching somewhere in that system.
this means that your idle when the aircon is off is very low. basically there are 2 adjustments for idle: engine idle and aircon idle. just try to locate this screws in your engine. set the engine idle at 700-800rpm, while the aircon idle at 900-1000rpm.
get your engie analized for a short in your electrical system. whatever fuses are popping you have a short or an overload in that area . adding boosters to your radio or new higher wattage stereo systems are common to this problem if so check for a higher output alternator.