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Because some component in the amp is failing/failed and drawing too much current. The amp needs a repair shop. Poking around without knowing what you're doing can expose you to leather voltage. Don't do it.
please dont keep replacing fuses...its a short in the actual amp circuit..causing this issue...yes contact orange or go to a retail dealer...for quicker repair or replacement...also google product brand and model for any type of recall..for fire hazards....
Your 20 amp fuse will not blow if glowplug wire shorts. each plug draws 15 amps which is 120 amps total.I think there are in line fuses for them. Try to wring out where each output from the fuse goes, disconnect all and reconnect one at a time till it blows.That should point to your problem process of illumination! Good Luck!!
If your blowing fuses then you have something grounded or shorted. By grounded I mean a wire has come loose and is touching the cabinet or a part that allows it to go to ground or your motor, capcitor or compressor is shorted.
I had the same thing happen, I replaced the thermal cutoff and made sure no lint build up. It lasted a week then blew again. I then replaced it again and got to thinking why it would blow. I then took apart the exaust inside the dryer running fron the drum to the motor and right before the motor was a build up of lint ane particals that was almost like compressed sawdust which was blocking half of the line. I cleaned this out and it seemed to work much better.
The reason why fuses blow is that the current is too much. Is the fuse rating according to the specs ? If yes then ...
One or more output power transistor (or audio power IC) may be shorted.
have it checked before replacing another fuse as this might cause more damage.