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Is this a fuse problem?

Hi, The battery went flat recently on My Megane 2 convertible. After jump starting the air con ceased to function cold & the auto dim mirror remains dark in daylight. Could this be a blown fuse somewhere and are they somehow related on the same circuit?. Where might the fuse be, have checked the glovebox ones so far. Thanks for any help?
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I find it hard to see why the air con would work but not blow cold but then I'm not exactly an expert. The auto dim mirror could be down to a blown fuse, have you checked the fuses in the engine bay (right of the engine from the front)? It's always advisable, for future reference, to switch on your side lights when re-attaching a new battery or jump starting to stop electrical spiking which can damage electrical componatnts in the you may already have found out!

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