12-07-2012, 10:53 PM
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It's simple, wires overheat and burn because too much current is being drawn through them, typically because of a short.
If the circuit is fused and the fuse doesn't blow, it's because the short has occurred between the fuse and the power source (battery).
And you can't check a fuse for a short, because a good fuse IS a short. When it blows it goes open.
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