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Old 09-02-2006, 11:25 PM   #11
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you do realize that once a breaker cools off its good again....its not like a fuse....
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Bad thing is....

Cousins + screwing around in my car = Breaker got taken and thrown in the storm drain along with a screwdriver.
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use the one out of the Pwr Windows
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If your seats move and then won't...especially when you were just underneath them..always check the connections underneath.

Now.. kick cousin in the head for being dumb
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you do realize that once a breaker cools off its good again....its not like a fuse....
And you do realize that they don't get red hot like that for no apparent reason right?
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you do realize that once a breaker cools off its good again....its not like a fuse....
And you do realize that they don't get red hot like that for no apparent reason right?
and if you read the post he fixed the problem already.....
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Lol... Was waiting for someone to say that....
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Good troubleshooting. That smashed wire was a good find. Tape it up to protect it, or splice in a new section. Maybe even re-route it. Lettuce know when you get a new breaker, or send a cousin down the drain.
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Good troubleshooting. That smashed wire was a good find. Tape it up to protect it, or splice in a new section. Maybe even re-route it. Lettuce know when you get a new breaker, or send a cousin down the drain.
Since when are we in the produce section boss?
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Good troubleshooting. That smashed wire was a good find. Tape it up to protect it, or splice in a new section. Maybe even re-route it. Lettuce know when you get a new breaker, or send a cousin down the drain.
Since when are we in the produce section boss?
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