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Fuses keep blowing

What would make a fuse blow on a larrs pool heater?

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    Could it be a transformer?

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Probably to much voltage going through i would see the maannual to see if there is any way to lower the power going through

Or your using a fuse which is to low and need to use a higher voltage fuse

if non of those i would call a technician

Posted on Apr 20, 2009

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