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Hot fuses?
12-14-2014, 10:38 AM
Post: #11
RE: Hot fuses?
It does look like the hot wire connection point moved form one side of the fuse holder to the other,after the holders were replaced.. I would, before replacing anything, confirm the source. Power down the circuit and remove fuses .Check resistance across the wire termination points. You have some like connections without heat issues so comparisons can be made. Try cutting back and re twisting the wire ends ( or crimp). I believe if you correct resistance , you'll correct your heating issue.
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