Originally Posted by Emptypockets
When I removed the microwave to install a under cabinet coffee maker - among the many wires I find a 10 AMP fuse connected to the battery/tank monitor. Sure glad I found out if the monitor quits working one needs to remove the microwave to replace the fuse! Makes one wonder how many other hidden fuse holders there are.
Sure glad you posted this! I had evidently let a bit of a freeze occur prior to winterizing, so when I turned on the pump to circulate anti-freeze, nothing happened. I went crazy trying to find out why there was no power getting to the pump....then read your post, removed the micro-wave and there was the blown 10 amp fuse! Water pump is A-OK with a new fuse....
Now why would they put it there, and not mention it in the owner's manual??? Sheesh!