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I have a home made lawn sprayer I pulled behind my 317 for years. Now want to tow it behind my x595 so figured to get power for the electric pump thru the power port. Port is dead, so I went looking for the 20amp fuse. Can't find it. Book says it is under the dash panel. I assumed that mean in the cavity behind the radiator, but do not see it there. Do I need to go thru the pain of pulling the dash panel off to find that fuse? Anyone have any advice?

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When I remove right side screen behind the brake pedal on my X595 my fuses are staring at me, I would not be surprised if the power port is just disconnected from the bottom side. might also be test light time.
 

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That's where I find the two 15 amp fuses (on a circuit board) but he 20 amp one doesn't appear to be there. Drawings indicate it is an in-line fuse somewhere and I don't see a fuse holder anywhere.

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My bad, you made me look, it is inline, on left side.
 

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Well, dense old fart me made it harder than it should have been. Looked at your photo and went out and looked again but couldn't find it. (Old fart me kept looking for a tube type fuse holder.) So started taking things apart and looking for power and not finding it. After about 90 mins of this flailing I came in and decided to blow up the picture you included and then saw what I was looking for. Went back out, found the fuse holder: no fuse. That would explain lack of power. Plugged a fuse in and sure enough everything had power. Then another 45 mins putting everything back together.

Thanks again for the help. Not sure I ever would have figured it out without hour photo!

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I can't count the dozens of times preparing new equipment & something is not working only to find a fuse is missing. I have seen where one piece that was 4 years old w/o an emergency back up / override system. that system was dead & nobody said anything because they didn't want the piece out of service. took me two minutes to figure out & add a fuse. I'm thinking it had to work at the factory, right?
 

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I can't count the dozens of times preparing new equipment & something is not working only to find a fuse is missing. I have seen where one piece that was 4 years old w/o an emergency back up / override system. that system was dead & nobody said anything because they didn't want the piece out of service. took me two minutes to figure out & add a fuse. I'm thinking it had to work at the factory, right?

Until another machine needed a fuse...……….and that one got "borrowed" :tango_face_angel:
 
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