I hope you replaced the fuse with the same amp rating.
A common problem people have is to replace a blown fuse with one with a higher amp rating so the new fuse doesn't blow. What they don't realize is that the fuse did it's job by preventing an overcurrent to the device connected to it.
Just be glad that I didn't "summerize" my snow blower yet- then we could have seen over a foot of snow. You have to admit that the recent snow/ice storm makes for a post card scene with the ice covered tree branches.
1998 Mercedes E320, 200K Miles
2001 Acura 3.2TL, 178K Miles
1992 Chevy Astro, 205K Miles