Question about Minn Kota Boating
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
possibly a spike through the ciggarette lighter plug, try putting slightly larger fuse in ( 4 or 5 amp )
temporarily and see if it blows the slightlty larger fuse. if it does it's more likely to be something wrong with the ciggarette lighter socket if it doesn't blow the fuse it's more likely to be the power supply. Ebay for another one perhaps ??
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
The three amp fuse is installed in the board to protect from shorts or overloads created by disconnecting or reconnecting components when DC power is still connected to the system. If the fuse is blowing, then you more than likely have a short in the 12VDC system between the control unit and the thermostat.
1. Pull the cover off of thermostat and remove the +12 (or +7.5 depending on the model) wire. Access the other end of the wire in the AC compartment. Using an ohmmeter, touch the end of the wire at the AC with one lead and touch the control box with the other (or any ground source). If you get a reading other than OL or Infinity, then that wire is shorted out in the wall somewhere. If not, repeat the steps for the rest of wires except the ground of course. If all of these wires appear to be fine, you may need to take it in for some more extensive troubleshooting.
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Posted on Jul 04, 2009
There's an overload in either the power supply section or the amp part of the subwoofer. Overloads are mostly caused by a semiconductor that has shorted (acting just like a piece of wire). Transistors are easy to test with a multi-meter in this condition. For when you put the Ohm meter probes on each leg it will act like you are touching the probes to just one leg.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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