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Re: Half of 60 Amp fuse panel is dead

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Dusty MI

12-28-2012 11:18:30

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Put 1 test lead to the top of the fuse and the other lead to the bottom of the fuse. If the fuse is blown you will get a reading, provided there is a load on the line, no matter how small. If there is no reading the fuse is good.


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John T

12-28-2012 12:17:23

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 Re: Half of 60 Amp fuse panel is dead in reply to Dusty MI, 12-28-2012 11:18:30  
Yeppers, there shouldnt be much of any voltage drop across an almost dead short circuit...

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12-28-2012 13:26:39

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 Re: Half of 60 Amp fuse panel is dead in reply to John T, 12-28-2012 12:17:23  
I did miss the word FUSE but as I said seen more then once you get what looks good as in 120 volt on one leg but find that it is not a true volt reading and it reads good but no amps behind that reading

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12-28-2012 11:28:08

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 Re: Half of 60 Amp fuse panel is dead in reply to Dusty MI, 12-28-2012 11:18:30  
What I am talking about is the fact that a meter can sometimes see voltage say at the area of a box where the wires hook up but in fact not have true power there due to just enough of a connection to read voltage on a meter but not have any real current value to do work with say a motor

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01-06-2013 07:59:50

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 Re: Half of 60 Amp fuse panel is dead in reply to old, 12-28-2012 11:28:08  
My son lost one leg of feed from transformer pole and when we tested power panel my digital vm showed 120v seperately on both sides, but no 240v across. chased it around for a while with the transient voltage on the bad let, but nothing on 240 v would work, Went and looked at the transformer and could see one leg was broken off caused by hi winds (gusts to 60). Power co had it fixed in 1.5 hrs

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