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The fuse blows quickly. The fuse seems to blow mostly when the A/C unit is operating, however there has been at least one time when the A/C was not on and the fuse did blow. (A friend also stuck a 20 amp fuse in place of the normal 10 amp fuse and turned things on before I was able to stop him and the 20 amp blew as well.)
The description in the owners manual of what the fuse supplies power to is not all that informative unfortunately.
I was hoping that there was some common issue that might be causing this blown fuse that I would be able to check on, but that is not highly likely it seems.
I'm not planning on working on the problem until this weekend, but a wiring diagram would be helpful in tracking the short down.
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