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2011-05-14 16:59:44
2011-05-14 16:59:44

The fuse box also contains breakers and relays.

The clicking noise will be a relay clicking on or off

More serious cause:Or there is a breaker that is opening due to over load and resetting by itself. This is a very serious situation and may mean there is a short or other serious and dangerous electrical problem.
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