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  • tdhall2 Sep 20, 2009

    i figured out that the wires inside the unit were rubbing. everyone in my area has had this problem since they were installed by the same company



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Replace with the same rating fuse, but if still burn out or will not function then there is something wrong with the unit. You need a qualified technician for thorough checking.

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