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The wire in my house for an elec. garage heater is 14 gauge wire with a 15 amp breaker. I assume i need at least 10 gauge wire with 20 amp .The heater is 20.9 amps and 3000-5000 watts, with 17500 BTUs


Curt, a 20 amp breaker will blow if you pull 10.9 amps from it. I suggest having a licensed electrician do your wiring. Likely, you need a permit anyway.

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As soon as I turn headlights on it blows the fuse for gages on dash no wires touching and lights don't come on gages work if I don't turn headlights on


Hi Bobbi
A 50w Headlamp will draw 4 Amps (Ohms Law 50/12=4.1)
So... 2 Low beams will draw 8 Amps.
Obviously more for high beam and high wattage Quartz Bulbs.
That is a lot for a small switch (contacts) to handle.
This is why a lot of vehicles use a Relay to power the Headlamps.
The relay is connected directly from the Battery to the Headlamps.
The large internal contacts can handle the higher current (30A) and the dash headlight switch connects to the magnetic coil inside the relay and is only used to pull the contacts closed.
Does your circuit include a relay.? Do you hear a relay click?
simple headlight relay wiring

To assist with your troubleshooting, try disconnecting one head lamp bulb to reduce current load. Does the fuse blow?
A temporary12v circuit breaker could be substituted for the fuse until you determine the problem.


If the circuit is using a relay then there will be a fat wire going from the battery to the Relay. The fine wire on the relay input is the trigger. A 12v test lamp is really useful for troubleshooting around the car. Also a cheap multimeter. Clamp style current meter is also handy to see exactly what current is blowing the fuse

Relays

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/NARVA-CIRCUIT-BREAKER-REPLACES-STANDARD-BLADE-FUSE-BATTERY-15A-AMP-12V-55715-/321234642731?hash=item4acb13a72b
There is a 10A circuit breaker also like above

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2 WIRES PULLED OUT OF THE PLUG ON BACK OF ALTERNATOR ONE WHITE WTH RED STRIPE ONE BLACK WTH WHITE STRIPE WHICH ONE IS IN THE CENTER


dont guess.
ouch, the FSM shows all connector pin outs in the rear.
you never said the year.
nor country diff, countries have different harness colors.??????
my 04' FSM shows.
2 wires. (not counting case and big wire)
the 2 plug. called A11 plug.
a11 pin 2 white red. charge lamp.
a11 pin1 black white,,, IG fuse.

but where are the, page 9a-16 shows that.
harness side,
key up, locking key up
1, 2 , X ( x is blank socket pin) left to right.
1 blk-wh
2 whit red,

or go to alldata dot com and look.

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Why don't you just throw it away and get a good fan? I don't think you can wire it without the switch.

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Electric Water Heater blows fuse, but only every few years


Your residential water heater is not 9000 watts. Or it would blow the fuse every day and melt the wire. Instead, you have dual-element non-simultaneous 4500 watt water heater.
http://waterhatertimer.org/How-it-works.html
http://waterheatertimer.org/Figure-Volts-Amps-Watts-for-water-heater.html
Look at label for 'total connected watts'
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Whirlpool-energy-smart-watt-rating-IMG_2600.jpg
25 amp breaker or fuse and 10 gauge wire is minimum acceptable for 4500 watt water heater.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Color-code-wire.html
Troubleshoot blowing breaker or fuse:
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-troubleshoot-electric-problems-with-water-heater.html#trip-breaker
Why does it blow fuse once each year?? I don't know.
Fuses and breakers trip when overheating occurs on wire.
Each fuse or breaker is rated for heat, and over time, it will get hot and then cool and then get hot again ... this action weakens fuse or breaker.
To solve problem: install 3500 watt elements (and clean sediment out of tank). Wire will run cooler, and fuse will last longer. Whole fuse box will demand less power, and run cooler, and will last longer as a result. So there is less stress on electric service panel.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-replace-water-heater-element.html
3500 watt element will heat water to same temperature, but takes longer. For example: 4500 watt heats 21 gallons per hour, while 3500 watt heats 17 gallons per hour.

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Installing cooper 30A 250V female receptacle.


Correct, assuming red and black are connected to the breakers in the breaker panel, and white is connected to the neutral/ground buss bar in the breaker panel.

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A hager b6 fuse has blown - normally the switch flips off and you push the switch back to on and power is restored - here the switch is limp and wont stay in the on position - i cannot see how you remove...


I have just done this myself and without blowing myself up.
1. Tools needed will be a torch and a philips screwdriver
2. Switch off your mains.
3. Check your mains are off
4. On the fuse itself they are two screws. One above the hager sign and one below. Unscrew these. The top screw keeps the wire in from the mains and bottom screw is to keep fuse screwed to the actual fuse box
5. You should be able to remove your fuse now
6. On your new fuse there will be a white piece at the back. Pull that down
7. When the fuse is removed you will see the wire which is now free and on the bottom a plug which is where your new fuse slots in.
8. Slot your new fuse on the plug and tighten the bottom screw.
9. Put your wire in place on the top of the fuse and tighten the top screw.
10. Switch your new fuse on the "on" position.
11. Put back your cover on your fuse box
12. Switch your mains back on.
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