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John Deere L120 lawn tractor
|Bea Pye||We just bought a new/used JD L120 lawn tractor. It has been great until yesterday. It blew the 25 amp fuse. I tried another new fuse and it blew again. Can anyone out there help?
|Dale G. Basgall||Does the unit blow the fuse with all switches in the off position? Look for damaged wiring, physical damage and or customer modifications. If there is no apparent damage to the wiring and if the unit blows the fuse with nothing turned on is one issue and then if the unit only blows the fuse when a switch is in the closed position , then that is another issue. Please send a little more info and I will assist.
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