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Central locking Is there an associated fuse for the Central Locking system?

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    Brill, mate!! Thanks a lot. I'm on the case!

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Yes, there is a fuse, but it is actually behind the fuse block. Take out the screws that hold the fuse block in place. When you turn the block around, you will see one fuse on the back. Mine blew on both of the Foci that I have owned.

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