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  1. #1
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    Default NH 2002 TN65D

    Tractor keeps blowing a 10 amp fuse that goes to the 4WD and brake control system. Fuse blows as soon as it is inserted into the fuse block. Tractor has defaulted into 4WD. Does anyone have any idea what could be causing this? Thanks!

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    yanmar 336d w ldr,C,Cub,many attachments

    Default Re: NH 2002 TN65D

    wonder if it requires a slow-blo or a circuit breaker as it may draw more than 8 or 9 amps initally and blow the fuse, is this tractor new to you ? Maybe another TN owner will chime in

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    Default Re: NH 2002 TN65D

    Tried a 10 amp circuit breaker in fuse slot and circuit breaker fuse opened and closed with 4wd rocker switch in the disenaged postion.

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