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Fuse location on the 62-24136-01 Rheem IFC

Where is the fuse location on the 62-24136-01? Is it pushbutton or automotive?

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  • Matt JS Nov 01, 2012

    Resolved - there is an inline 2A fuse on one of the red wires leading into the circuit board. There is a small black casing breaking the red wire that can be unscrewed, the fuse is inside.



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