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Electric windows failing have changed fuse but only works a short time

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I'm sorry to hear you've been having issues with your electric windows failing. This can be frustrating when it only works for a short time after changing the fuse. I would certainly suggest looking for a professional electrician. Neighbors and friends might have some good recommendations for an electrician you can hire. http://www.smartsafeelectricalnsw.com.au/contact-us

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If you're not an electrician, then let an ELECTRICIAN troubleshoot it.
You can get the best electricians in your city after visiting online electrical stores Brisbane. For more info visit at @Electroguru.com
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Obviously, it's an electrical problem. Electrical problems are many, yet they elude us when determing the CAUSE. You describe an INTERMITTENT OVERLOAD on the circuit... the challenge here is to determine WHICH circuit!

If you're not an electrician, then let an ELECTRICIAN troubleshoot it.

I, as an ELECTRICIAN, could teach you what you need to know to troubleshoot/diagnose electrical issues like this. However, this is not the forum for it. Have an electrician diagnose it. BEST ADVICE I CAN GIVE.

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