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not sure if this or the Murray forum can help me, but since Frontier made these for JD, ill try here
this 2004 ST1332 model has the electric chute control and hand warmers on it, it is also a hydro transmission, but my question is:
under the hand controls, the manual states it has an automotive type 7.5 amp fuse, I checked there is no fuse under there, instead it has a relay, an ACM 13201 relay, now I'm not sure what this relay is there for ?
is it acting as the fuse, I just want to know what it does, or find a repair guide I can get , the owners manual shows and tells me nothing
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Actually, mine has as the diagram shows, the toggle switches as opposed to rocker switches, I researched that relay it maybe used to boost current to the handwarmers ?
Actually, I am just looking around to learn how it functions, so in case something does break, I'll be better prepared.
I could not find any small automotive fuses anywhere under there, just this relay.
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I'm also pro active. I bought a spare switch for the chute, in case the one on there quits, I don't like that being electric ,there is no over ride should the switch or motor quit,
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My 1130se deere has no fuse there either.
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Does yours have the relay ,siince there is no fuse .
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I'll have to take a peek
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Are you sure its a relay and not a thermal breaker?

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