RE: [DML] My personal experience with my fanzilla and a fan fix.
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RE: [DML] My personal experience with my fanzilla and a fan fix.

If you put a 10amp fuse in a 8 to 10 amp application, would you expect it to
If you put a 15 amp fuse in a 14 amp application in a 30 amp Rated
Littlefuse holder would you expect it to blow?


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Subject: RE: [DML] My personal experience with my fanzilla and a fan fix.

To whom it may concern,

Sorry about the incomplete sentence. I meant to say in the third
sentence....If a Fanzilla had been installed after the first meltdown this
problem would not have occurred again. The worst thing that would happen
with a high draw fan is a fuse would blow as it was designed to do long
before the fuse holder would be damaged. This event would trip the fan fail
light as intended and which stay on until the problem was fixed and a new
fuse installed. It's not rocket science just a good design executed with
quality materials and an expert doing all the assembly (Bobzilla himself).
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