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as a fuse is a bit of resistance wire that heats up to the point where the excess current burns it out , it will get hot
If the fuse is getting hot to the the touch and bot blowing indicates incorrect size fuse in use
the wires to and from that fuse should also be hot to the touch
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Sure all those big 20-50 amp fuses are ok in the underhood box?
You can't check 'em with a testlight,removal and a continuity test is best.I don't think that truck has the old wire type fuse link on the starter,but I would look for that also.It also seems like on the older dodges the power all runs thru the ammeter , if it has one check to see if has burned out.
You hook your HOT wire from your battery to the + terminal on the switch.
That HOT power goes through your fuse to a switch, when you turn the switch ON. the other wire from the switch gets HOT. This wire goes to your device.
So there is only one HOT wire connection. This is split by the panel to the six fuses and then the six switches. Wire from the switch to the device, such as anchor. The anchor motor must also be grounded to the negative of the battery either directly or through a grounding system like in a car.
it could be a bad limit switch (metal thermostat) that turns the heat off when getting too hot. if the heat continues too much it will burn out a "fuse" in the back of the machine and it will not turn back on. so if you replace the "fuse" then make sure you replace the limit switches too or the "fuse" will burn out again.