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If a fuse repeatedly blows out, this is a sign of an electrical surge or short somewhere in the electrical system. Finding the exact source of a surge or short location is an investigative process best left to experienced mechanics familiar with these electrical systems.
The main reasons your amp keeps blowing fuses are a short circuit, faulty wiring, a loose connection, excessive heat, or damage to the power supply or output section or the amplifier.
Worn Check Valve

When the compressor goes to restart and re-fill the tank, the pressure exerted on the compressor from the tank causes the motor to pull a lot of power to compensate for this. This in turn leads to a blown fuse.

Overloaded circuits, short circuits and ground faults are all legitimate reasons why your fuses blow on a regular basis or causes for your fuse box to trip out. Other causes could be a result or ageing or faulty wiring as well as power surges.
How do you prevent the fuses from blowing? Start the heater at the lowest setting so the peak power is lower. Purchase a soft starter that lowers peak power. Consult a qualified electrician on whether the fuse in the fuse box can be replaced by a C-type circuit breaker.
First, and most commonly, when too many lights or plug-in appliances draw power from the circuit, it can overload the capacity of the fuse and cause the metal ribbon inside the fuse to melt through. The result is that all lights, outlets, and appliances powered by the circuit will go dead suddenly.
Using this simple relationship principle, you can calculate the available wattage of any given circuit size: 15-amp 120-volt circuit: 15 amps x 120 volts = 1,800 watts. 20-amp 120-volt circuit: 20 amps x 120-volts = 2,400 watts. 25-amp 120-volt circuit: 25 amps x 120 volts = 3,000 watts.
The fuse used on most of our riding mowers is a 20 ampere, 12 volt, automotive-type, two-prong, flat-blade fuse ( known as. SAE ATCÂ® style).
Loose, Dirty or Disconnected Spark Plug in Your Lawn Mower: Check it out, clean off debris, re-connect and tighten. Dirty Air Filter: Clean or replace. Fuel Not Reaching the Engine: Tap the side of the carburetor to help the flow of gas. If this doesn`t work, you might need a new fuel filter.
Loose, Dirty or Disconnected Spark Plug in Your Lawn Mower: Check it out, clean off debris, re-connect and tighten. Dirty Air Filter: Clean or replace. Fuel Not Reaching the Engine: Tap the side of the carburetor to help the flow of gas. If this doesn`t work, you might need a new fuel filter.

Cub Cadet zero turn:Engine starts and runs about 5 seconds before blowing 20 amp fuse.
ANSWER : You may have a faulty voltage regualtor that is blowing fuse. Have you tried a fuse that is 5 more amps?

Where is the fuse – Cub Cadet LTX 1042 KW 42" 18HP Kawasaki Lawn Tractor – 13WG93AS010
ANSWER : Behind the dash panel at top of dash there is only one fuse

Fuse location where is the fuse???
ANSWER : BEHIND THE DASH NEAR SWITCH

I have a cub cadet mower 2166, It wont start it keeps blowing the red wire fuse, I thought it was the battery so I bought a new one and cleaned the cables and ground wires, and I didnt see any loose or broken wires. as soon as you turn the key on it blows fuses please help
There is a wire shorted to ground (metal) somewhere…check all the wiring for a bare spot somewhere… this is causing the short…repalce the wire and you will be good…
finding the bad spot is the hard part…

heatman101

I was mowing just now and my mower just died. i looked at the fuse and the 20 amp was blown. there was some relay beside it and i think it is bad. in the manual there are no electrical maps. any ideas of wat it is? it is a 2007 1042 series
ANSWER : That 20 amp fuse runs the entire electrical system for what it is. Replace it. If it blows again start looking for a shorted wire.

My zero turn burns pto switch’s repeatedly without blowing