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What are the model and serial numbers of the genset?
When does the fuse blow - while it is just sitting, while it is cranking, or after it has been running a while?
Does it blow the fuse every time, or just sometimes?
Any information you can provide will be helpful.
Wow, I am not going to lie - we may very well not be able to find the problem in this type of forum - this may very well be a hands-on only situation.
Intermittent electrical problems are the worst to find - you have no choice but to wait until it acts up to be able to find the problem.
But I can point you to a known issue with this set - loose wiring.
Carefully check the wires at the back of the fuse, at the control board, and at the starter solenoid to make sure that all wires are firmly secured.
A loose wire at any of these locations will easily blow the fuse.