contactor or fuse position in circuit rules - WHY??

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Ampy
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Manuals advise contactors and fuses to be put on the B+ end of the circuit not the B-
Why does it make any difference, the whole lot is connected in series so I can't see how in physics it matters
Theres obviously something about electronics I don't understand, grateful if someone can explain?

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Ampy
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DOUBLE POST

Sorry ignore the question in this post, because it double posted!

Maybe this thread could be why about double posts happen so much!
Is this forum hosted by the owner themselves? If he uses a hosting company I don't think they are providing very good internet connection lol

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