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Thursday my bike goes for 2 days to the workshop in warranty.
The engine ran hot, over 122°C when the red warning light went on.
Afterwards 2 orange engine light keep on lighting up.
After checking the fuse of 7.5 amps was blown, and keeps melting.
When giving the fan directly current, it works.

Someone else had the same problem?
 

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Hey sorry to hear about your misfortune. I can only report I rode my 310 straight for 6.5 hours in 28 degree Celsius weather at speeds 100-120 kms and the highest temp it hit was 87. Would love to know the details about your riding conditions and speed or stop and go?
 

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One blown fuse is an event. IF another blows immediately (or very soon) after replacing, there's another problem causing the fuse to blow - short circuit, whatever. Installing a larger fuse or bypassing it is a good way to start a fire or destroy a wiring harness.

Good call taking it to the shop.
 

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Update:
The problem is solved by the dealer.
There was a problem in the cluster of electrical wires.
Runs great again😀
 
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