fuse box


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fuse box

[′fyüz ‚bäks]
(electricity)

fuse box

A cutout box containing the fuses for an electric circuit.
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The power line that is installed cannot deliver electricity that is required and will overload the fuse box if it is used," said a representative.
But if it's outside the cabin, its fuse box is most likely under the hood.
Following an investigation yesterday by fire chiefs, it was confirmed that the fire was accidentally caused by a short circuit in the main fuse box.
But Jones again denied any knowledge of the drugs in the fuse box - and said the digital scales were a housewarming gift from a friend.
Its hardware components include STAR processors, a fuse box, and STAR memories with intelligent wrappers.
An ancient bottle of poison is juxtaposed with cans and a fuse box from the '30s and '40s.
If he doesn't like us, he'll walk out the door and put a curse on our fuse box.
They recommend that a house have a lightning arrester at the fuse box or circuit-breaker panel where power lines enter the house.
Along with electrical and physical measurements, the new solution includes a machine vision system for inspecting fuse box assembly.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of SMC Fuse Box with HRC & Kit Kat fuse as per specifications, terms and condition of DGVCL tender.
Joan thought it was a trip switch and she saw a tiny flame, no bigger than her finger, coming from the fuse box in the utility room.
Anne thought a bulb had tripped a fuse and went to investigate the fuse box, which was in the garage.