440 Express wiring question

HOGAN

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I went to change my CO detector and shorted out the wires, so I no longer get power to them. I don't see a breaker for them, anyone know if there is an in-line fuse somewhere?
 

Bob J

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Can you not trace wires from CO detector to feed?
Or run temp wires to unit to see if it works.

BOB J
 

Bob J

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Can you not trace wires from CO detector to feed?
Or run temp wires to unit to see if it works.

BOB J
 

HOGAN

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quote:

Originally posted by Bob J

Can you not trace wires from CO detector to feed?
Or run temp wires to unit to see if it works.

BOB J






The wires are inside the wall. Checked wires with volt meter, no juice.
 

WALSHIE

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FWIW - my boat has a blade fuse near the electric panel, no breaker and is hard-wired to the batteries. I'd start testing all of the fuses you can find. Hopefully it is not in-line and hard to find (like my blowers are, duh!!)
 
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