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01-01-18 06:36 AM - Post#2719624    
    In response to Jim Streib

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[Ideally, one needs to add the proper size fuse right at the battery positive post to where if a short does occur, the fuse will open automatically and protect the wiring. /quote]

Jim, take another look at the second picture in my original post. What you failed to see is the 5 amp fuse located at the front of the solenoid on the battery side of the unit...thus protecting the electrical system.
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