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3.15A is indeed an appropriate value for a BUSS GMA 5x20mm fuse. Chances are something else is blown out. If you're not up to doing component level troubleshooting, probably a board will have to be replaced. One part that frequently takes the brunt of power surges is MOV (varistor) devices, which look like big (often red or blue) ceramic disk capacitors. ...


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In response to TDHofstetter's comment, I opened the thermal cutoff: The 14-3 cable (on the bottom of the picture) is coming from the panel. The black wire terminates all by itself (on the left). The red (coming from the same breaker) runs through the cutoff and to the black wire in the armored cable that proceeds to the boiler controller. The ground and ...


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If that is the red and black from the same 14/3 cable it is anyone's guess why they did this. In any case they are using the same circuit on both wires, obviously. If there is no problem at this time just splice the two wires to a tail of the same gauge and put that one tail on the breaker. Those GE breakers are NOT made to accept two conductors, but it's ...


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You could just run your cord (use heavy-duty outdoor wire, 12/3 SJO or bigger) to a junction box inside the trailer, then run EMT or flex metallic conduit on the walls to several receptacles. Like @SpeedyPetey says, no breaker box. If you want to stay plugged in at the source but kill power to the trailer you could use a small disconnect panel with an ...


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If all you are planning to do is plug it into a standard 120V receptacle then you don't need a breaker box in the trailer at all. The plug and cord are your means of disconnect.



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