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Blows fuse When wiring external T-stat the first time. When fuse is replaced normal operation and doesn't blow fuse only on start up the first time?

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U need a larger Fuse
...as theres a high current flow

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You may have multiple issues concerning the heat cycle, but the first that has to be resolved is the blowing fuse. The control circuit fuse blowing indicates a short somewhere in the low voltage wiring. IF the thermostat is newly installed, I would suggest first double checking ALL the low voltage wiring to make sure ALL the wires are connected correctly and to make sure the wire connected to the R terminal is not shorted to metal somewhere. If there is a C terminal, make sure R and C are not slightly bared and touching together.

Go to the furnace and note the location of the wires on the terminal strip. Remove them and install a TEMPORARY jumper across R and W. If the furnace comes on and begins the heat cycle without blowing the fuse, the problem is within the wiring or thermostat for sure. Remove the jumper and reinstall the wires. Go to the thermostat.

Remove the thermostat then take all the wires off of the sub base, taking note as to which wire went on which terminal. Take the R wire and the W wire and twist them together. The heater should come on indicating the problem is within the thermostat. Put the batteries in with a new fuse. If it blows, the sub base is the problem. If it doesn't blow, install the wire that goes to the R terminal. Check the fuse. Put the W wire on. Check the fuse. Put the G wire on. Check the fuse. Leave the thermostat on the chair, then turn the sub base 'fan on-auto' switch. Check the fuse. If its not blown by the time these three wires are installed, you inadvertently removed the 'short' by moving the wires around during this test. The remaining wires can be installed and the thermostat placed back on the sub base.

If you completed the above list and the fuse no longer blows and your furnace still only clicks, you obviously still have issues within the furnace of a mechanical nature. The clicking is the relays on the board initiating the combustion fan relay and attempting to initiate the pre-purge cycle. If the combustion fan hums and does not start, the fan could either be blocked (by a dead bird) or is mechanically shot and requires replacement. This fan HAS to start before the ignition process can begin. Solve that issue first after the blowing fuse issue is resolved. Its kinda rare that a system has so many issues at the same time. Usually when this is the case, someone replaced the thermostat and created that issue trying to resolve the underlying issue and the original cause for no heat.

This is NOT the professional way to troubleshoot it, but you are limited in your task without the proper analog or digital multimeter.

If you are unsure of your ability to systematically go through this process, abandon the idea and call a qualified service tech to bail you out.

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