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Re: spit fuses

To: Michael Galloway <mgx@icesar.epm.ornl.gov>
Subject: Re: spit fuses
From: Odd Hedberg <odd@triumphclub.se>
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 1997 22:23:59 +0200
Cc: triumphs@Autox.Team.Net
References: <Pine.SUN.3.91.970408125225.8198Q-100000@icesar.epm.ornl.gov>
Michael Galloway wrote:
> 
> is this really correct?
> I replace my spit fuses with 30A slowblo's per the Hayne's 
> manual spec of 35A.

YES!
The British have a peculiar habit of indicating their fuses 
in quite another way compared to what the rest of us in the 
civilised world do... 

-- Remember, they have their fuses in the plug on their appliances 
also, not in the fusebox-centre in the centre of the house wiring!!! 

So a British 35A fuse will be much less than a 35A fuse in the 
rest of the western world. And a 35A slow blow fuse for the rest 
of us will be kind of harmful to a British Standard wiring harness...  
:-(

Yours
Odd


On Mon, 7 Apr 1997, Steve Sutton wrote:
> 
> > The fuses are in reality 17 amp continuous/ 35 amp surge.  
> > You might get by with normal 15 amp slow-blow fuses if you 
> > don't have a handy source for the correct fuses.  Don't put 
> > in 35 amp slow-blow fuses though as the wiring harness melts 
> > at around 25 amps continuous!
> >

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