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Old 06-29-2015, 02:31 PM   #1
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ELG wiring overload protection

I replaced my landing gear switch today. The new switch came with a 30a in-line fuse. The switch I replaced was not wired with circuit protection to the main battery bus. There are many other wires that also feed off the main bus. In the automotive world this type of wiring would not be at all acceptable. How is it that RIVA standards allow for so many unprotected circuits? If anyone knows, please share what the heck they are thinking.
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