I was thinking of the back EMF causing a momentery current pulse that
might blow a fast acting fuse. Could be why the circuit isn't fused to
begin with. Not sure.
"R. O. Lindsay" wrote:
> Charley & Peggy Robinson wrote:
> > Did you do it? I was wondering if one should use a slo-blo fuse.
> > CR
> Slo-blo fuses are designed for applications that produce a surge of
> current before they reach their running current. Typically, this means
> motors and solenoids. They should not be used where trouble happens
> quickly and surges are signs of trouble, not SOP. I would think that
> a slo-blo fuse in an overdrive activation circuit is appropriate. Lucas
> would probably addressed the problem by just using a BIGGER regular
> quick acting fuse.
> Rick Lindsay
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