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Need more information. If its new it might be drawing more amps than your circuit is rated. If its a new problem with an existing unit then you either have a grounding issue due to an open motor winding or bare wire to metal. A loose wire connection can also cause this issue. Does it run for awhile then blow the fuse or does it blow the fuse when it tries to cycle?

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