How to blow a fuse?

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Put a low current fuse in a high current appliance.
MJ
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Connect it across a car battery, it can provide hundreds amps.
Jozef
On Sun, 14 Sep 2003 01:10:58 +0100 snipped-for-privacy@MJ.com wrote:

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spog wrote:

A very safe way to blow fuses is to put a 3A fuse in the kettle plug and switch on. The result will be very very boring.
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Like watching paint dry?
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Take it to the neighbours and burn down theirs... :S
"Don't teach your grandmother to suck eggs." Teach your grandfather to blow fuses...
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