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Wondering if you can use fuses to keep from blowing solenoids. (just as protection)

If you can what is the right amperage?

If not, is there anything else that you can use to help protect them, just incase?



Last edited by juicdcutlass at Dec 26 2003, 10:08 AM
 

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keep your batteries charged.

make sure they have good grounds.

Don't get them wet (with hydro fluid).

make sure the connections are tight.

I know these are small things but sometimes it's the small things that make a difference.

Hope that helps.

Later

TC
 

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Originally posted by tcvaldez@Dec 26 2003, 10:22 AM
keep your batteries charged.

make sure they have good grounds.

Don't get them wet (with hydro fluid).

make sure the connections are tight.

I know these are small things but sometimes it's the small things that make a difference.

Hope that helps.

Later

TC
im not having a problem with it.. i was just wondering if there was a safeguard incase there was a problem .. it would still save them somehow...
 

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Hmmmmm, you'd probly have to use some type of circuit breaker with a high amperage, so when the system stayed on for some reason the breaker would kill the power........mabey look for one in a fork hoist, electric car? ;)
 

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I HAVE USED HOUSE CIRCUIT BREAKERS ON MY OLD SETUP. TRUST ME THIER IS NO DIFFERENCE. JUST KEEP BATTERY CHARGE, HAVE A GOOD GROUND, AND MAKE ALL CONECTIONS TIGHT.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL IN HERE. :biggrin:
 
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