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Thank you for trusting us with your questions. Does the fuse blow immediately when you plug in your charger? Is it the same with all outlets? Have you tried a different 12 volt accessory?
I think you misunderstood. Not 12 amp, as in a fuse, but a different charger, adapter, etc.... Never raise the amperage of the fuse you are using. This is a poor practice that can result in expensive damage to your vehicle wiring. Only use the correct amperage rated fuses.
Try another adapter/charger. It is very likely this is causing your issue. Almost every time we see this in the shop, the charger is the culprit.
Every vehicle is slightly different. I still recommend trying another adapter, however, assuming that one is not the issue, get a flashlight and check inside the socket you are pluggiing it in to for any metallic debris that can cause a short. I have seen gum wrappers, coins, etc...
Sorry, I wasnt on yesterday. Yes they can. Its a little tricky to get them out, and I suggest replacing the bezel as well.