RV Outside Fridge Fan Fuse Install

RV Outside Fridge Fan Fuse Install

A commenter named James Paul noticed the lack of a fuse from my first install. My initial response was to defend the install based on my previous research. He placed a seed of doubt in my mind which always happens when safety is involved for me. James made sense and I contacted Valterra hoping to validate my defensive position. In fact, James was correct. According to Belinda Walker at Valterra, the result of our conversations is that the issue has been routed all the way to THE top. Future instructions will include terminology, in the instructions, to add a 1 amp fuse and where to install it. I’m hoping that Valterra will take the extra step and provide a 1 amp inline fuse assembly in the packaging with the fan. I want to thank James Paul for his insight and for stepping up in a thoughtful and productive way for all of us. This is the follow up video showing my install of that fuse.

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  1. Nice video! thx a bunch. Just wondering why fuse can't go on other side of switch, between the switch and power supply? I'm guessing so if the fan overheats it blows the fuse and the switch will be saved? And will a flat 1amp colored ATC type fuse work ok too?


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