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    3 amp bilge fuse

    Where are you guys finding these fuses????? I have looked all over and can't find them.


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    I just used a 2.5 on mine. The 3's are hard to find here too.

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    Have you tried Radio Shack ???

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    Of course I tried Radio Shack......it was the first place I looked. 3 amp in that odd size seem hard to come by.

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    I bought an inline fuse holder that I will put a 3 amp blade type fuse in, connected to the orange terminal. Much simpler than trying to chase down those oddball fuses.....

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    Yeah... that 3amp AGW size wasn't stocked anywhere locally for me. I like your blade fuse idea. I found some on fleabay for a few bucks.

    Got them along with a pack of those hard to find 1/4amp AGC MFD fuses.

    Cheers!

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    http://terminalsupplyco.com/Store/De...spx?CAT=GLF050 I found this web site looks like they stock it. But I do like your idea much easier for when it blows again. I have always wonder why these pumps need to run all the time seems like they need a swich to kick it on only when theres water.

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    Bryan, Thats a good idea with the blade type. lets say your out on the lake and the "old" fuse type blows.. your done....... But, it you have a blade fuse, you can get one at a auto store or gas station near by. I had a buddy who blew a fuse in his boat at the dock and we just shot up to the gas station and they had the blade fuses. lucky for him he had the blade fuses instead of the glass type.

    Always a good idea to hide some on the ski somewhere. doesn't do you any good at home in the tool box!

    Those bilge pumps can run dry and its ok. they are designed too. Nice to know its pumping all the time while wave jumping. Hard to look under the seat doing that! lol

    Hey Jb. They do make bilge pumps that are automatic and they turn on for 1 sec every 3 mins to check for water. if they do sense water, they continue until its clear. Otherwise, it shuts off until the next 3 min cycle to check. I had one in a 14 foot boat. worked great. It will drain the battery over a long period of time so may want to put a on/off switch in-line.

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