Blowing Fuses

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Blowing Fuses

Postby terrycoyle on Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:45 pm

I sent regulator in earlier in the week with diagnostic sheet. Ruth Ishihara sent the following message:

Terry, received your regulator, but have not checked it out as yet.
The tech looked over your readings and thought they appeared good. They did
comment that you could have a wrong sized fuse or something wrong with the
alternator. We would urge you to post further questions on the support
forum. Thanks.
http://www.amplepower.com/support/index.html
For some reason, could not send from my ruth@amplepower.com address, so am sending from this address. Please use the ample address if you respond. Thanks.
Sincerely,
Ruth Ishihara

The alternator was checked by shop last week and isworking fine. The 3 amp fuse has been in use for the past 3 years and worked fine.Please advise on nexrt step. Thank you, Terry Coyle tcoyle@outwardbound.org 207-596-1602
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby terrycoyle on Thu Jun 25, 2009 12:48 pm

I can't tell if my last post was submited. Please advise, Terry Coyle tcoyle@outwardbound.org
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby Coulomb on Thu Jun 25, 2009 3:01 pm

Which fuse on the schematic are you blowing?
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby terrycoyle on Sun Jun 28, 2009 12:53 pm

The fuse is between the Regulator on/off pin and the battery. Terry
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby terrycoyle on Sun Jun 28, 2009 12:53 pm

The fuse is between the Regulator on/off pin and the battery. Terry
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby ruth on Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:02 pm

Terry, we have checked out your NEXT and there was no problem found. What size fuse are you using? It should be a 3 amp slow blow fuse.
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby terrycoyle on Wed Jul 01, 2009 10:41 am

Received the following from Ruth:
"Terry, the regulator checked out good. The tech thought it could be a
wiring problem or fuse sizing, should have a 3 amp slow blow fuse.
Cost for testing is $65.00 plus shipping and handling.
Please advise. Thanks much.
Sincerely,
Ruth Ishihara
ruth@veriwiz.com"II

I asked Ruth how I can handle payment but haven't heard back yet. Please make arrangements to ship back to me. Can I pay by Credit Card through this or onother site. Thanks, Terry Coyle
Terry Coyle

Regional Development Manager, Northeast

Outward Bound

722 Washington Rd.

Rye, NH 03870

207-596-1602

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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby ruth on Wed Jul 01, 2009 2:51 pm

Terry, call us at 206.789.0827 so we can get your card number, how to ship, etc. I just called and left a message also. Thanks much.
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby terrycoyle on Wed Jul 15, 2009 6:26 am

Received regulator and 3A Slow Blow Fuses to replce the fast blow fuse going to the BAT VOLT Terminal on the regulator as specified in the installation diagram from your web site. Fuse still blowing. Please advise . Thank you, Terry Coyle 207-596-1602
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Re: Blowing Fuses

Postby Coulomb on Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:50 am

Terry,

You can send it back for retest, but I suspect that something is not right in the wiring.
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