Electrical circuits and components are rated to withstand a certain amount of current flow. Excessive current in a circuit results in overheating and destruction of components. Various protective methods can prohibit the occurrence of overheating by creating a weak link in the circuit that will fail under certain conditions. A commonly used protective device is the fuse.
" State the purpose of a fuse.
List common types of fuses.
Explain the ratings used for fuses.
Describe how to check for an open fuse."
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