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Old 04-23-2014, 04:58 PM   #1
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Converter fan.

I recently had a issue with revering my batt cables. My reverse polarity fuses blew as did my antenia booster fuse.

I have replaced those fuses and the battery. Things "seem" normal except my converter fan now seems to run continuously, and while pulling / installing fuses for testing, I get slight sparking at the fuse slot ( TT is plugged into 120 and batt is connected).

Is it normal for the sparking?

Thoughts on fan running continuously?

Multi metering is reading 12.40 at battery (disconnected).
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