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Sounds like there could be another power wire that might of been spliced to the wrong circuit and giving you power at both terminals. Recommend you follow the ground side of the fuse block slot and check if odd wiring is present.
You may have a bad fuse panel all together also.
Posted on Dec 18, 2016
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