Hi, i have a question regarding why voltage can be measured even after a fuse blown. The application i have gives an synchro output L1, L2 and L3 with reference voltage as Reference High(RH) and Reference Low(RL) of 115Vac. The receiving end failed to receive any signal and one of my fuse across RH has blown. There are one fuse each placed across RH and RL to protect the application. However, my question is, even after the fuse got blown, im still able to measure voltage across my RH and RL, and between the L1 L2 and L3 end. My reading for my RH and RL were measured around 50-60V. So may i ask, why is the voltage still present even after a fuse was blown? thanks!