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Attwood In-line Fuse Holders
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Inline Fuse Holders, in-line fuse holders
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Attwood In-line Fuse Holders Customer Questions and Answers

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I have a 50 amp bussman agc fuse. I need an inline fuse holder. The 50amp fuse i have is the same size as a 20amp fuse. I know the standard 50 amp fuse is much bigger than my 50amp fuse. Will this product work for me?

Asked on 08/30/2011 by Undisclosed

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Yes, if you select the version that is rated for 50A, as I see they do have one available in the drop down list.

Answered on 08/31/2011 by RENE SAUSER
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Hopefully this helps -- just bought a fusible link (in-line fuse holder). Mine has a 10 amp fuse in it -- fits very snugly. As long as the fuses are the same size, I don't see why they wouldn't fit. As for being able to handle a 50amp fuse in terms of current, I'm not sure about that. Not much of an electrician I suppose. These are very well made products and I'm happy with the purchase.

Answered on 09/02/2011 by CHRISTIAN GOUGH

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If your fuse is a standard 1/4" x 1 - 1/4" fuse, use the Attwood ATT 14345 In-line Fuse Holder, rated for 50 amps. If your fuse is bigger, then just get 50 amp 1/4" x 1 - 1/4" fuses to match this holder.

Answered on 08/30/2011 by BEDE MCCORMACK

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I think it would fit.

Answered on 08/31/2011 by BRIAN LAVIGNE

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Probably not. The fuse holder is limited by the conductor rating and the wire guage of this product is not consistent with a 50A fuse.

Answered on 08/31/2011 by RENE SAUSER
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How do you use this product ,? and how do you hook it up

Asked on 10/27/2012 by Undisclosed

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You cut the wire in the middle, strip the ends and crimp / solder it into the circuit you are trying to create. The fuse then goes in the black housing.

Answered on 11/01/2012 by KEITH KLOCZKOWSKI
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Cut the wire it comes with and the line into which you would like to place it in-line with, then connect each of the cut ends ends of the the fuse holder to the cut wires of the in-line wire.

Answered on 11/26/2012 by BRIAN LAVIGNE
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Based on this 15 amp fuse holder's, when running accessories that are to tie into this what is the total (MAX) of Watts that I can use for this item Without blowing the fuse?

Asked on 08/09/2018 by Sonny from Boston Ma

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12 watts @ 12 volts = 1 amp. So 15 amps x 12 V = 180 watts for a 15 amp fuse max.

Answered on 08/09/2018 by JD Tech Team
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