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Once a fuse blows,it does so for a reason Common Sense In a 60 year driving career you have maybe 6 fuses blow Replacing them 5 out of 6 time they blow again Ask yourself why You need to find the most logical item in that circuit & start testing & that usually requires a wiring diagram or you have no map or now where to start any testing. Something overloaded a circuit find it & replace it or resolve the wiring issue
Get its PCB checked for any shorting or ask a technician to brush up the whole pcb with some alcohol and try 5A fuse instead of 4A. You can also look for latest Jade massager bed Carefit 5000 which is more advanced than a massage chair
hope you appreciate this i have spent ages looking in the haynes manual and the fuse boxesa are not shown but looking at the wiring diagrams it states that fuse 18 is the airbag module so this wouldnt stop car from starting now looking for fuse 20 ,it says here that it feeds the vehicle speed control system and another feed to fuse 15 and 16 which is ABS and the flasher ,well if this correct then the non starting wouldnt be caused by these fuses ,and as fuse 18 is supplying fuses 15 and 16 and they are not blowing this its the vehicle speed system thats blowing this fuse and fuse 18 could be something wrong with airbag module unless their is short or damaged wires in the loom somewhere where its chaffed through or rubbed against something