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Blowing fuses I keep on blowing fuses in my cb whenever i key it up. If i talk for a short time its ok. If I hold it any longer then 5 seconds it blows.

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Sound like: 1. Are you using the correct fuse rating?? 2. Are you supplying the correct voltage?? 3. You probably have final amp problems.. get an expert.

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