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Old 09-09-2016, 02:32 AM
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Default Fuse Block

When I removed the 10a fuses from my 12' 300 they were fairly tough to remove and one was brittle and maybe broken, not blown.

When I put new ones in I tried to push them in as hard as I could, but they didn't seem to seat real well and only seem to be held in by the plastic caps. Do I need to try harder to jam them in for a more solid connection?
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