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Amana AMH95 Blown control fuse

Keep blowing 3amp control fuse

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Control fuses only blow with a 24 volt problem. Make sure that you replace it with a fuse NO LARGER than 5 amps.You could have a thermostat wire pinched or some wire touching the cabinet inside the unit, but it is a 24 volt problem.

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