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Stop pulling fuses with Roadmaster’s

Stop pulling fuses with Roadmaster’s

(Oct. 8, 2012) -- "With FuseMaster, RVers don't need to spend another minute with their face on the floor mat, gazing up into a black void, hunting for a miniscule piece of plastic playing hide and seek," said Vondra. "Once FuseMaster is installed, users simply flip a switch to accomplish the same task."VANCOUVER, Wash. — Roadmaster, Inc., introduced the FuseMaster, a new product which eliminates the need for RVers to pull a fuse for towing. 

“With FuseMaster, RVers don’t need to spend another minute with their face on the floor mat, gazing up into a black void, hunting for a minuscule piece of plastic playing hide and seek,” said Bob Vondra, publications manager at Roadmaster. “FuseMaster eliminates the necessity of having to remove a fuse for towing, then having to reinsert it for driving. Once FuseMaster is installed, users simply flip a switch to accomplish the same task.”

There are four FuseMasters which, collectively, fit most vehicles which must have fuses removed for towing, Vondra explained. They are: 

  • 76510 — Fits the majority of vehicles where a fuse must be pulled 
  • 76511  — A longer version of the 76510
  • 76512 — Designed for two fuses that are required to be removed
  • 76513 — Replaces a heavy-duty 50-amp fuse

For more information, people may contact Roadmaster at 800.669.9690, e-mail info@roadmasterinc.com or visit www.roadmasterinc.com.

SOURCE: Roadmaster press release

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Greg Gerber is a freelance writer and podcaster who has been writing about the RV industry since 2000. He is the former editor of RV Daily Report and can be reached at greg@rvdailyreport.com.

3 comments

  1. I am one of the first to use the FuseMaster and I really like it. My Honda CR-V EXL .w/navigation would drain the battery in 3-4 hours of towing behind the motor home. A few times I had to find someone to jump start it. I went and bought a jump starter just for the CR-V. Honda says to pull the 7.5amp fuse for extended towing, what they didn’t do was install it where a normal person could pull it and reinstall it. It is the hardest of all the fuses to reach. Then when you go to install it you can’t see because your hand is blocking your view.
    RoadMaster sent me the FuseMaster and after I installed it, all I need to do is push the button and the 7.5 amp battery killer is disabled. I set it up as if I was towing and left the key in the accessory position for 49 hours. Turned the key off and pushed the button on and the CR-V started up without hesitation. The radio and Navi came back on. What a relief, no more jump starting for me. Thanks RoadMaster.

  2. I have been Looking for a solution to the same problem for a long time. I talked to a few dealers five seems Know about this fix. Thanks for the information

  3. Where do I purchase the Fusemaster

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