Sometimes a warning light is placed in parallel with the fuse. Why does the light come on only when the fuse has blown (blown)?

When the fuse is intact. the current follows the path of least resistance, i.e. through the fuse, but not through the bulb. When the fuse blows, the fused section of the circuit will break, current will flow through the light bulb, and the light will turn on.

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