Check the dustbuster in the house to make sure it works.....I know you probably already did that.4kids said:Yes, the car was on and no power to the dust buster.
Not sure what you are using, (my Dustbuster is charged, then used cordlessly!) but a 110 volt Dustbuster might draw 3-5 amps of electric. The formula is Volts X Amps = Watts. Our 110 volt outlet in Enclave is rated at 140 watts, or very close to that. So: 3 Amp Dustbuster X 110 volts = 330 watts! You blew the fuse! by a factor of approxamately 200%. The outlet is definitely a weak one, mainly a convenience charging outlet, I suspect.4kids said:Is there a trick to using the outlet?
I wanted to use my dustbuster and clean my rugs.
It won't work. Am I doing something wrong or is it too much power?
Rollin Thunder + Black Bandit said:only thing that wont work, sadly is the xbox 360 and the PS3, and those are my favorite systems to play while im sitting in traffic. LOL i dont do that i sit and play them while i wait and wait and wait for my GF to get her hair and nales and feet all purdyed up. hno: :help:, so i use a 750, inverter. :angel:
This I said. Yes, most items are labeled w/ wattage load. Do the math! But I didn't say, it will RESET automatically if you unplug the overload item, await 30 seconds, replug! Or cycle key ON-OFF. Give it the 30 seconds to cool off. It's a thermal fuse!!muljo said:To fully know what Watts the outlet supports you would need to know the Amps.
Volts x Amps = Watts
So if the Outlet is 110 volts if we can find out the Amps you will know the Watts it will support.