How do I fix a blown fuse?


A blown fuse is fixed by removing the relevant fuse holder and loosening the screw terminals at either end to release any burnt wire. Sufficient new wire is cut off and wrapped around the terminals, after which the fuse holder is replaced.
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How to Fix a Blown Fuse
Fixing a blown fuse requires replacing the fuse with the correct voltage, amps, type and model to ensure a safe and functional new fuse. Fix a blown fuse with instructions from an experienced carpenter and construction specialist in this free video on... More »
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