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Old 08-11-2019, 02:29 PM   #6
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Default Re: Blowing fuses in my '33

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Originally Posted by RobbHelf View Post
As far as the fuse goes.... wouldn't a 20 amp fuse blow more easily and more frequently at this point?

More than likely, a 20 amp fuse would blow more frequently, or at least sooner than a 25 would under the same "problem" condition. The 25 amp fuse (vs. the 20 amp) is probably only "band-aiding" the anomaly situation when it does occur. It's quite possible that you have a bare, exposed piece of wire that is somehow rubbing on a grounded surface under the right conditions which, of course, blows the fuse. DD
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