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Sixer

Perko fuse?

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Sixer

So I was hooking up my batteries and I dropped a wrench........long story short there was a shock, and now my perko battery switch only works on one of the two batteries.  Anybody have any idea if there is a fuse for this?  I know there are 3 fuses inline to battery 1 (in the back) and those were all fine.  Battery 1 works fine, just when I switch to battery 2 there's no power at all.  Gotta be a fuse or breaker somewhere........TIA.

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oldjeep

You're sure battery is ok and switch isnt fried?  Id break out the multimeter and start checking those first. 

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Sixer

Battery is good.  Would that just fry the entire Perko switch??

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oldjeep
1 hour ago, Sixer said:

Battery is good.  Would that just fry the entire Perko switch??

Could just fry one side of the swit h.  Easy enough to test it

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Sixer

Had a loose cable.  Nothing fried thank goodness.  Thank you for the help though @oldjeep!

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