That's true, but the case is that we need to check it on site, while the circuit is powered. So we found two methods. There's no best one method within them, as they have a same fundamental theory.??????????????
A fuse is either short circuit meaning it's max current rate hasn't been exceeded,
Or it will be open circuit as something caused the fuse 'wire' to melt.
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