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5 amp fuse for Lights,Warmer & Rotissorie switches for defy 420 4 plate stove

I have replace all these swictches and plugged in the wires on the back of them.I have bought 2 x 6amp fuses and screwed them in at different times and the Fuse blows all the time when I switch on the stove.
Can anyone help please with this problem.Diagrams for the wiring of switches will also be helpful

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  • nigel188 Oct 30, 2008

    THIS FOR A DEFY 420 4 PLATE STOVE

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Im sure u using the wrong amperage fuse

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