Question about Kitchen Ranges
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like you have a VERY unsafe condition and you need to find exact cause before you have a fire from it...
OFTEN there are hidden loads such as doorbell transformers... remove the fuse and see if doorbell ceases to work... if so, find the transformer.
Wiring within lamp holders would be suspect... the replacement fuses are blowing the short away temporarily and then it re-establishes itself and blows again.
Look for loads that may NOT be obvious... Furnace, AC, etc...
PLEASE pursue this aggressively as it is a very dangerous situation.
I would recommend NOT sleeping in the residence without removing the fuse during sleep time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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