Hey guys, A few months ago I had "Oxford Heated Grips" installed on my bike and they were working perfectly. Just had my 20k service by the same mechanics and the heated grips will no longer turn on. I thought maybe they had just forgotten to reconnect something, so had a completely non-mechanic look at them, found the fuse was blown on the cord running to the grips. I replaced the fuse, turned it on for a second to see the lights came on, turned off, then left for my commute the next morning. Turn on in the morning, grips work for about 1 second then go off again, fuse blown. I don't really have time to go back to the mechanic any time soon. I've called them and they know I'm having issues, so I'm sure I can take it to them at a later date and get it sorted, but was hoping to just avoid that all together. Are there any common causes of an electronic issue like this that a newbie could handle? The bike is a Triumph Street Triple 660 (same~ as a Street Triple 675 2014). The grips are wired directly to the batteries negative and positive terminals, not spliced with headlights/ignition (so they stay on even if bike isn't running), and in theory there's nothing between them and the battery. The fuse sits on the wire about 10cm up at a guesstimate. I've had a quick glance at the wire running up the bike, and couldn't see anything obvious, but I haven't removed the tank or anything to look properly (not very comfortable with the idea of doing that myself). Any suggestions? Thanks! * These are the grips, electronics diagram at the bottom. Pretty basic though.