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post #1 of 1 Old Apr 11th, 2008, 11:19 am Thread Starter
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Newby Blown fuse issue?

I was re-installing the courtesy mirror/glove box in the rear topcase and had the little light on to help see. The bike was plugged into my BMW battery charger and after a few minutes the light went off. Now the topcase light, dash courtesy light and radio don't work. Everything else works and the bike runs fine. I'll explore the fuses later but is this a no-no to have stuff turned on while plugged into the charger? Thanks
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