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Hi all.

Ive been trying to find out what the fuse on the right covers. Every time i go over to her and try to start it i blow the fuse. I put a new one in and she starts first go. I cant seem to find anything out of sorts. Any ideas would be awesome, Panel is a fairline targa 27 :)


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Don't be tempted to put a higher value fuse in untill you find out what the value should be, i know that probably is teaching granny to suck eggs but worth saying anyway. What you could try is a slow blow fuse of the same rating, some stuff has a highish initial drain that will blow a standard fuse even of the correct rating. Clearly if that fails then a tracing job to see just what the fuse protects is on the cards. If the fuses are standard on that VP panel then somebody might recognise it and know already. What motor is it by the way Andy?

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You do need Motor Rated Fuses in there Andy, think from memory mine are 10 amp but will check this weekend, have the same lumps in 431B specification, didn't realise you were so refined like me, fought you was one of them dirty oil burners. ice slice

I had one that kept blowing but the slow blow fuse has been in for the last 9 months.

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