Re: Main Fuse Blown- How to Change?
well ok we are looking at the same fuse but I cannot see a bolt holding it in there. WHere is this bolt visible??
I have a replacement 120 A spare which I got in case it blows. I see that it has a hole in each big prong.
On the other hand I cannot actually pull it out the top either, to be perfectly honest. I assumed there were huge pincers in there to grab hold of the prongs, similar to a high current household dryer plug, and that it would pull up out. I tried the 80 amp heater fuse and cannot pull it out either, nor the 80 amp inverter fuse.
I cannot imagine that they would construct a fuse box that has to be taken apart to remove a fuse. I have checked the manuals and find nothing about taking apart the fuse box to get at these fuses.
Can you get a picture of this bolt you see holding that MF in there??
ok .. i went to a fuse manufactuer and found this page http://order.waytekwire.com/CGI-BIN/...AD8052+M37+ENG
SO apparantly the idea of a fuse you have to bolt in is not outrageous afterall.
Now the replacement fuse I have has prongs which stick out parallel to one another, straight. Do you have to insert the fuse and bend over the tabs and bolt them down>?
If so that means thefusebox has to be taken apart. My guess is take off the bolt holding battery cable and with luck it will be able to be hinged open some how, exposing the underside of the fuse tray.
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Last edited by White Rim; 07-23-2007 at 12:39 AM.