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    cuttinchief
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    Hydraulics would not work- no power

    Thanks to old post I had no power to the hydraulics but remembered seeing a post about the fuse in the hydraulic compartment. It was blown my question is I am wondering why they commonly blow? I had not even messed with the unit for a few months and it was working fine when I brought it home from the last outing. Well thanks for the old post I'm in business again and I have a few 10 amp fuses on hand.

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    It could be a low battery.

    When the battery is low, it causes the pump to strain and easily blows that fuse.

    If you haven't "messed with it for a few months" it could be low voltage.
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    cuttinchief
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    I keep it plugged in to a 110v circuit while at home to keep it charged. But someone had my battery switch off . It was fine when I dropped it. I went to turn it on yesterday and nothing it wasn't like it came on and tripped? I had my furnace do that also a few months ago just pulled the fuse and put it back in and it worked fine.

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