You used an attachment, I "direct linked" the photo through photobucket and used the picture icon in the reply toolbar.I do not know what I have to do to get the photo to show. Looked fine when I posted from my end.
30 amp 250 volt soldered to 8 amp 600v
I dont think that the fuses are soldered into the fuseholders.Am I seeing this right?
The fuses are soldered in?
Either way looks like a hack job. He could of changed out the fuse block very easily or went a got new fuses. and I wouldnt be so sure the other fuses behind are blown. If he would do that work i wouldnt put anything past himI dont think that the fuses are soldered into the fuseholders.
It would appear that correct replacement fuses were not to hand, and that the replacements were too big to fit the fuseholder. Therefore the new larger fuses have been soldered to the old, presumably blown, ones.
This might be just barely acceptable in an emergency if the replacement fuses were correctly rated for the application.
Unfortunatly it would appear that the new fuses are 30 amp, replacing 8 amp, and also of a lower voltage rating.