Mount Panel Fuse Holder 5x20

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Bakelite Fuse Holder 
1.Size:5x20, 6x30 
2.Working freuquence:50HZ 
3.Shell: Thermoplastic 
4.High quality and reasonable price thermoplastic holder

6.silver -plating brass pole

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Q:Hi im working on a 2002 hyundia senata i replaced fuel pump, pump relay under stereo consle?
did you check the pump before fitting it, if not get some cable and go from battery to relay and see if the pump runs,if not check by placing temporary wires from pump relay to the pump and trying Again,if still not working temp cable from battery to pump relay then from pump relay to the pump if it works its a short circuit in the cars wiring loom,if it doesn't work then its the relay or pump, if you checked the pump earlier then its the relay at fault,also check the earths (grounding cables) if these are loose of broken then no return means no power,,just to be sure try a fuse that's working another component,of the same rating,in other words just swop the fuses over if they are same rating, and try again,hope this helps and be careful fuel pumps and fuel and sparks can cause fires
Q:What happens if you use more volts / watts than what an appliance needs to work?
if V I R, you are effectively increasing V while keeping R constant; so I through the device must increase. Power dissipated by the device I^2 R : so by doubling the applied voltage, you'd quadruple the power dissipated by the device. If you're lucky and the components can handle the additional heat dissipation requirement, then nothing will happen except the device will become quite hot to the touch. If the components can't handle the additional heat being generated, the device will burn out. If you're lucky, there is a single fuse or component that will burn out and break the circult; stopping the flow of current. If you're not lucky, then the device could continue to heat up and eventually catch fire. you need to buy/acquire/build a voltage converter/power supply -- something that will take the input voltage and current and output the voltage'/current required by the device. Running 12V electronics from a car lighter socket, you encounter this all the time. The DC adapter basically takes the raw 12.6V and ensures that the voltage/current specification required by the device are met.
Q:Did I blow a fuse or is it something else?
Believe it or not they are on the same fuse. Often what happens is the door jam switch corrodes, and shorts out, or the wires get salted, or corroded and ground out. That's worst case scenario. Check your owners manual, and it will have a fuse diagram. Both Chilton, and Haynes have repair manuals, and are readily available.
Q:what components do i need to hook up an amp and 2 subs to a 07 civic ex stock stereo?
you are able to, yet for one i might advise a capacitor in there someplace, in case you obtain six hundred watts it is going to dim your lighting fixtures at night. the line adapter is a powerful thought, reason you will choose RCA's to flow to the amp, and yet another difficulty would desire to be the amp distant turn on, which the inventory radio won't have. yet a 12V source from the radio will artwork. i might unload that amp, I have been given one for my vehicle and it sucks, the subs would be severly under powered and you will would desire to crank the stereo to get the watts up, which in turn will make the amp run greater durable, which will finally end up burning out. you will desire to understand RMS wattage additionally, if the subs are 1000 max, they're prolly 650 RMS, and if the amp is six hundred Watt, this is probable 250 RMS watts, you will desire to discover out the ohms of impedance on the subs, and see what your amp will placed out at that may would desire to bridge it, or you may in basic terms choose to flow with one sub.
Q:can I replace 4 amp 250V FUSE for 5 amp 250 V. FUSE manual says 4amp?
Theoretically speaking yes you can. Would it work yes it will. Will it be a healthy system I believe not. The reason is: A 5 AMP fuse can absorb more current spike before it blows up then a 4 AMP fuse. There fore it will blow up much later then the 4 AMP fuse which might cause the breakdown of your system. Another good reason why I would recommend against it is: Your circuit resistance and all electromagnetic properties are well calculated with in the original engineering of the system. If you change a component in this case increasing the AMP on a fuse will cause an increase in the resistance of the circuit. Now depends on what the circuit does and what it sets out to achieve, that change will definitely change the way the circuit transfer current and voltage.
Q:How do you fix a Benq LCD TV DV3750 that has no power and does not turn on?
I think you blew a fuse on the main power supply.these units are pretty much low voltage and high current systems, and they shouldn't have problems with shorted components.
Q:break lights dont work. ?
Try brake light switch at brake pedal after checking bulb and fuse.
Q:Charging problems on a 96 Beretta Z26 3.1 v6?
Go to a wrecking yard and get a fuse box cover. You can also test your system yourself for a short or parasitic draw. First, shut off all the car's lights and accessories then close all the doors. With the battery in the car, first remove the negative battery terminal. Now, using a multimeter set to the DC volts scale put one probe on the negative terminal of the battery and the other probe to ground. Read the meter. If you read more than about a quarter of a volt, you have a draw somewhere. Troubleshoot the draw by having someone remove fuses one at a time until you see the meter voltage drop. When you see the voltage drop, you’ve found the circuit in which you have a power drain. Thoroughly examine that circuit, area by area, until you locate the reason for the voltage drop. Isolate and repair the problem. If this doesn't fix the problem, take extra care for a few days and see that all the lights are off before you walk away from the car for the evening. It could be something so simple as a door that hasn't closed fully, causing an interior light to remain on overnight or maybe a bad switch on an under hood or trunk light. Any of those are more than enough to do the job. I've done it myself, more than once. Usually, a full battery charge will take care of it. Even a jump start and running the car for an hour or so should build your battery up enough to get you going again as long as your alternator is doing its job.
Q:I need to find a how to basic level to rewire a sail boat it has a 4 fuse panel?
any of the books by Nigel Calder will give you the details on proper marine wiring. I suspect your boat was made in the 1970's or 80's and the wiring is not adequate for today's safety standards. The number of fuses depends on the accessories you have. And you want to be sure to fuse each major accessory e.g. bilge on one, radio on one, navigation lights on one,
Q:anyone know the Best way to rewire my fuse box?
Best bet for the BAT/alternator fuse is a fuse link or maxi-fuse and you will save a bunch of heavy guage wiring. Your ignition switch may have one or two ACC wires and usually only one RUN wire and one B+ (battery feed). Determine which wires you want to feed the fuse panel strips with and hook them up to the common fuse box junctions - then run you accessory and other component wiring from the appropriate fuses in the box. Use the BAT feed wire from the ignition switch for your lighting fuses. More often than not, your head lamp switch has an internal circuit breaker for the head lamps.
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