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Chad33

Wedge blowing fuses

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Chad33

Wedge on my 23lsv blew three fuses last time out. Swapped out the fuse and it would work for two or three rides then blow again. Any ideas why?

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Bawshogg

2012? what amperage fuses are you installing? I have heard of dealers putting in a slightly higher amperage fuse at times. Most likely you have a problem with the actuators though. Wedge needs to be properly adjusted and rams must be synced. Plain bad actuators will cause this also.

Sounds like a warranty issue to me.

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Chad33

Ya, it's a 2012. Using a 20 amp fuse as that was what the original one was. Looks like a service call I guess

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Dnatkin

Water coming in the actuators will blow the fuse. Make sure you get both changed under warranty..

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bcoppess23

Had the same thing happening to me at the beginning of the season, warranty.

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JoeA

I am pretty sure mine is a 30 amp fuse. One year newer but......

I'd let the dealer resolve it under waranty.

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