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That fuse is for the blower motor. If that is popping then you have a blower motor that is drawing too much power.
YOu willneed to replace the blower motor for this issue.
As the motor heats up, it can slow down if failing. THis will draw higher amps and cause the fuse to pop.
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DO you recall exactly where you found this wiring issue?