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Works OK when plug in at shop but not on boat. changed all fuses & checked all cables.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It is needed. I usually install 3 amp fuses. It sounds like you have a short somewhere. I would trace the wiring and make sure it did not get the sheath cut and is possibly contacting the boat. I always install a fuse and that eliminates the threat of a fire. There is a reason that the fuse is blowing and if you remove it then you move the problem straight to the battery and you will most likely see smoke. Also if you dont install the fuse the equipment factory warranty will be void. You really just need to check out the wiring carefully. If there is no problem with the wiring then there is a problem with the unit and should be exchanged.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
SOURCE: simrad ac10 current overload
I think the AC10 is maxed out at 15 amps while the AC42 goes to 30 amps. Iknow the AC10 is better with solenoid systems and the AC42 for reversing motors.
Posted on Oct 16, 2012
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