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I keep blowing 50amp fuses at my service disconnect. Just started and it's been very hot in N California. I've had to replace 3 times in 3 days. Any ideas?

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Put a 100 amp fuse in or call a technician - I think the llatter would be very sensible - if you go for option 1 though can you film it and put it on Utube?

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