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DCC FUSE IN HIACE VAN

BATTERY GOES FLAT AFTER 2 DAYS AT TIMES PULL DCC FUSE OUT AND MY CURRANT DRAW GOES AWAY

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There you go,found the circuit
Now you get a wiring diagram & look
at what is in that circuit, that would be the
most logical to fail or a relay that fails to go to sleep,etc

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