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Old 11-09-2016, 15:43   #46
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Re: 5 amp fuse keeps blowing?

The inline fuses are just the recommended 1 and 3 amp fuses placed between the 15 amp and the devices.
The 15 amp is the fuse at the main switch board. A heavy wire runs from this to a bus and the devices are connected to this bus.

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