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Old 12-02-2014, 10:57 AM   #15
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You have to have a fuse or you would still have power to the other items. Unless you let the smoke out of the wire. You would have smelled that or seen the results. Shame on your Electrician for not showing you where the fuses and the accessible connections are. Start at the battery and follow the wires back. You need to know where the fuses are so you might as well dig in and learn now. Get the end of that power socket covered with non conductive covering so it doesn't happen again.
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Old 12-02-2014, 11:17 AM   #16
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Thanks everybody. I just replaced all 3 fuses, and 1 that I thought went to the furnace was the the right one. Lights are back in business. Wfew! False alarm. I was preparing for the worst, but the fix was easy. Thanks again.


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Old 12-02-2014, 11:29 AM   #17
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Thanks everybody. I just replaced all 3 fuses, and 1 that I thought went to the furnace was the the right one. Lights are back in business. Wfew! False alarm. I was preparing for the worst, but the fix was easy. Thanks again.


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It's nice to know you found the problem and really nice to know it was a fuse as it should have been.
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Old 12-02-2014, 12:01 PM   #18
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Now to cover the back of the plug in the cabinet. You can also split a toiler paper roll and use a tie wrap to hold it around the back of the socket to shield the wires from metal objects
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Thanks everybody. I just replaced all 3 fuses, and 1 that I thought went to the furnace was the the right one. Lights are back in business. Wfew! False alarm. I was preparing for the worst, but the fix was easy. Thanks again.


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Success is always gratifying. And you learned something to boot. Glad everything is working correctly!


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