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Replaced blown fuse

Hi I have an idrive. After reading a previous page on here I have replaced both fuses, unit beeped once but on engaging the drive the unit stopped again and after testing the fuses no have once again popped expensive $20 plus delivery to uk. I don't want that again, I see there is a slow blow hack on here 6 amp has this been successful with others, I am tempted to link out both fuses just to make sure all is working prior to fitting another. All help great fully received.

David Barry Uk
Wed, 03 Jul 2013 22:12:35 +0400

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