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How do I find and replace the 7.5 Amp battery charger fuse?

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The 7.5 Amp ATO fuse is located in line with a rubber cap on it under the rear electronics cover. It is a well kept secret, well hidden, and you have to know its there. The rear electronics cover has an AC receptacle, meter, circuit breaker reset button, and main hand control connector on it. Remove the cover and look for the in-line fuse. It is a black rubber fuse holder with a rubber cover. It is connected with one wire to the harness connected to the charger and the other wire from it goes to the charging meter (red and green with moving pointer). It is probably easiest to find the fuse holder by starting at the meter and tracing the wire back to the fuse holder. Pull off the rubber cap and insert a new automotive style 7.5 amp fuse. You can tell if the old fuse is burnt out by holding it up to the light. If the wire inside is burnt open, the fuse is bad. Be careful when putting everything back together that you don't pinch or disconnect any wiring. Hope this helps.

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