I am guessing you meant "fuse." That really sounds like a jammed pump. When the pump's rotor is jammed, it stars pulling a lot of amps and eventually blows the fuse.
If you can reverse the pump's power polarity, you can reverse the direction of the rotor. This can help dislodge whatever trash may be jamming the rotor.
On my system, besides the timer inside, there is an on/off switch at the fuel station. When I reverse the power, I turn the on/off switch rapidly on and off until I hear the pump running, then I turn it off. Then I return the polarity to normal and run the pump in recycle for several minutes.
Every month I run the for two or three minutes in recycle to keep the pump running.
One thought about this too. I wonder if the pump is swelling because of the ethanol added to fuel?
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