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Old 01-22-2011, 12:57 AM
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well first things first you should NEVER ever replace a blown fuse with a bigger fuse, you may cause damage or fire to the machine. secondly what does the fuse go to? lights, relays? solenoids? that will help narrow down the problem a schematic would make this alot easier. anyways more than likely you probably have something that is causing something to stay "locked on" does the fuse blow instantly? or does it take a few seconds? do you hear a loud buzzing or chattering sound when the machine is on?
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