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.........A poor connection increases resistance which decreases voltage, and therefore current increases to make up for it........
........I also notice that the flat "wire" has hundreds of little black specs or dots on it throughout its central area which don't exist at the ends..........
Umm .... No. (unless you are talking about the input to a switching power supply.)Actually, in our bikes, Voltage/Resistance/and Current are directly and inversely proportional. The basic equation is:VOLTS / RESISTANCE = CURRENTif the resistance goes up, the current goes down.
kinda looks like welding splatter, eh?
No.The coverage is uniform throughout the narrow part of the strip and ends where the strips width increases at both ends.It doesn't appear on the other good Indian made fuses in the other fuse holders and may be due to the heating of the strip prior to or during its melting.
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