Puch has no fuses

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Further to Nick's pursuit of adding a battery to Puch lighting circuits, I notice that the Puch electrical circuits have no fuses. I' m surprised since the Puch is a very well engineered machine. I am guessing that if a short to ground occurred, the internal resistance of the armature coil is enough to limit the current for the wire size used and wire over heating would not occur. Does anyone know if this is the case or is there no built in current limiting protection?

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  Puch has no fusesTopic by: oldtimer oldtimer 10/09/01 09:09AM
  Re: Puch has no fusesRe: dan dan 10/09/01 11:01AM
  Re: Puch has no fusesRe: Doug D Doug D 10/09/01 12:14PM
  Re: Puch has no fusesRe: Ron Brown Ron Brown 10/09/01 01:38PM
  Re: Puch has no fusesRe: don-ohio don-ohio 10/12/01 07:24AM

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