Question about Coleman Propane Forced Air Heater w/Electronic Ignition (50,000-80,000 BTU)
Not a good idea. The fuse protects the wiring of the equipment. To high of an amperage fuse will let the wiring get hot. Being only a 15 amp fuse I assume the fuse is located on your furnace, if so your blower is drawing to many amps. Check for dirty air filters and dirty blower fins. If you have an old 60 amp house panel and that's where the fuse is located you might have additional house circuits using that fuse too pulling to many amps causing it to blow.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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