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Blue Sea Systems Series 185 Thermal Circuit Breaker - Surface Mount
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Blue Sea Systems Series 185 Thermal Circuit Breaker - Surface Mount
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Blue Sea Systems Series 185 Thermal Circuit Breaker - Surface Mount Customer Questions and Answers

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how do you reset it? mine has triiped and i am unable to reset it.

Asked on 09/18/2016 by tuska smith

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Thank you. Did that. No effect. Oh well... I appreciate your willingness to help. Happy week!

Answered on 09/18/2016 by tuska smith
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Push the black lever down and it is is activated.

Answered on 09/18/2016 by Calvin S

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There is a black bar on bottom releases downward, you have to click it back up.

Answered on 09/18/2016 by JOHN TURNER
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Could this be used as a circuit breaker and cut off switch for a trolling motor? The manufacturer recommends a 50 amp breaker. Blue sea doesn't list a Series 185 on their website, but a Series 285 that looks identical. Is this the same?

Asked on 05/13/2013 by Undisclosed

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There is more to fuses than just the trip current. Some fuses are designed for inductive loads where there is a large initial surge current current then these the curretn settles down at a steady rate, these type of fuses are sometimes called "slow blow". Then there are fast acting fuses that will instantly. The only way to tell is to check with the manufacturer and explain your proposed application.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by JOSE SANTIN
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I am using the Series 185 as a circuit breaker only between my Deep Cycle battery and my trolling motor. Blue Sea Systems says: 'Circuit Breakers - 285-Series Provides medium duty circuit protection for 25 to 200 Amp loads when switching and circuit protection are both required" and is a "Drop in replacement for 185-Series Circuit Breakers". I assume it would work as a cutoff switch, but would be hard on the contacts, IMO.

Answered on 05/30/2013 by ALFRED GUILLEN
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