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Old 09-30-2015, 06:10 PM   #1
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Adding fans...fuse size?

I'm adding a few computer fans to pull air in through the back of my frig. I assume I need to fuse these. Anybody have an idea fuse size?
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Those tiny little muffin fans hardly draw any power at all. You could probably use as small as a 3 or 5 amp inline fuse. I have 3 of them up in the fridge vent of my Classic and they use about the same power as a couple of LED lights. I have a 12V aux fuse panel in my trailer and I'm using a 10 amp fuse for them. More than adequate.
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Okay thanks. Inline on the frig itself to run the controls is 2 amp...figured it probably draws in that neighborhood.
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