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Old 04-19-2014, 06:23 AM   #1
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Good morning to all. Just got our motorhome last winter and had a good winter in the Keys. Trying to learn as much as I can and have a newbie question. There are several metal bodied 20 to 30 amp ? fuses in the fuse panel. Are these just a fuse or something different? Thanks.
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Can you send a picture?
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Not at this time. It looks like a fuse except metal body. 2 legs that plug in like rest of fuses. Continuity test done and good. Thanks.
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They could be a circuit breaker that replaces a fuse.
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Automatic resetting breakers.
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Thanks for the info. I am assuming that if the continuity test is good the breaker is good. Any suggestions where to find a source of spares if needed in the future?
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Thanks for the info. I am assuming that if the continuity test is good the breaker is good. Any suggestions where to find a source of spares if needed in the future?
Without a picture or name, would be hard to suggest a source, but most can be purchased a any auto parts store, such as Advance Auto or NAPA
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