Quick easy way to test this
Originally Posted by Lincman983
What year is your Berkshire 40D? it could be a faulty fan motor pulling too many amps and tripping the fuse.
Here's a quick, easy way to measure that current.
- Get a multi-meter that has a 10A (10 amp) scale. Most of them do, even the $7 ones.
- Plug the black probe into the COM terminal.
- Plug the red probe into the 10A terminal.
- Turn it on.
- Make sure the fan is off.
- Remove the fuse.
- Plug the multimeter probes into the fuse socket. The probe tips will fit nicely into the curled part of each fuse socket terminal.
- Turn the fan on BRIEFLY and read the current from the meter. If you see blinking "1", the current is over 10 amps. Most fans draw less than 10 amps.
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