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Old 08-18-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Blowing fuses

I had an issue with blowing my reverse power fuse when plugged into generator or 110V. Ends up I had the fridge set to the 12V setting, which caused the fuse to blow and then drained my battery. Figured that one out. Went camping this weekend. I plugged the power in at home to charge the battery ( does it charge the battery?) and that night we had no lights and I noticed the fuse was blown again. Replaced the fuse and its fine the whole weekend, even when I got home and plugged into 110V again.

Could it be that I perhaps had my truck plugged in at same time as power?

Any ideas?

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Old 08-19-2013, 07:48 PM   #2
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Plugged into the truck while on shore (or genny) power might do it. Not sure why the fridge on 12v when on shore power is blowing fuses.

I accidentally left my A126 fridge in 12v last weekend and the only issue was I heard the converter fan from time to time. Didn't discover my error until hitching up and going to switch to 12v before hitting the road.
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