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Old 03-09-2016, 05:15 AM   #1
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Fuses

By putting on one of the bedroom lights the entire 12volt house batteries blew
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Did you have a spare. What was the amp rating on the main house fuse. It really seems odd that it would blow the main fuse and not the one for that circuit.
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Doesn't sound right, sounds like some trouble shooting time coming up, let us know what you find.

Besides what could possibly go wrong?


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House batteries blew? Or you just lost power to a number of 12v items? If the later, just replace the fuse and see if the problem repeats. You may have simply turned too many things on the the capacity of the circuit, or there may be a problem (a short) in that light.
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