I live in Sweden. Below is a picture of the 3 main fuses ( 20A 500V ) and our electrical box.
Now the problem is that if we have too many appliances switched on at the same time for a while ( dishwasher, washing machine and oven ) - the leftmost white fuse will get hotter and eventually pop. The other two will remain cold.
I'm wondering if someone knows how this can be fixed. But I also don't know how these work. Are those 3 fuses 3 separate main lines, that are then supposed to have the other small fuses in the secondary box split over them, and it's just a case of re-arranging which circuits connect to which main fuse, to distribute the load better?
That should be pretty feasible to DIY right? If not, I would love some insight on this.