Question about Heating & Cooling
In almost every case that I've dealt with concerned repeated blown fuses, if you can not find a short, it is usually the fuse holder itself. If the fuse is not VERY TIGHT in it's holder, it heats up and then blows. It is not always an over amping problem that blows the fuse. Check it out. Next time, see if the fuse is extremely hot. DON't GET SHOCKED! KILL POWER FIRST!
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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