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Obviously there is a serious short somewhere to cause this.
I would start by disconnecting the heavy starter lead and alternator charge lead, then try again with another fuse. If it holds, then try connecting the alternator. Most likely cause is a blown starter motor, or damaged starter solenoid.
Second most likely is serious alternator fault.
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instead of cranking, just leave key on for a minute...if there isn't a delay starting after that it may be a bad drainback valve in the pump. You can either live with it for a while or replace pump...but check that it's not an injector leaking into engine first.(usually if that's the case, leaving key on will lengthen start time and give a puff of black smoke on startup)