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WolfpackFishNGuy

Fuse Holder on Minnkota MK330 battery charger

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I've been looking at my charger this evening that I'm going to install in my boat tommorrow and I was looking at the fuse holders.

Can someone tell me if there is a trick to opening this holder. It doesnt seem to have like a push and twist click to open it. I've been afraid to really reef on it to pull them apart so I didn't cause any damage. I'm assuming they are difficult since the might be a water proof seal of some sort.

Do they unscrew or just pull apart?

Can anyone share with me the trick so I can confirm if there is a fuse first of all installed.

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Can you post a picture of the fuse holder? I think it just pulls apart but I can verify that for you tomorrow if you can't get a pic.

Also just a FYI on the charger. They won't work if the battery is completely dead. Since they are a "smart" charger, they need to detect a battery before they will begin charging. If you ever have a bank that won't charge, try putting a boost charge on the battery with a regular charger before you assume that the charger is bad.

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If they're the yellow rubbery ones, yeah, they should just pull apart at the joint in the middle.

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Whoah is correct on the yellow ones. It can be a bear though.

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Thanks all for the help. You are right they are a bear to open I had to get a little leverage with a wrench and then that helped.

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