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Blown fuse for cigarette lighter in my 2000 Isuzu VehiCROSS

My phone charger doesn't light up when I plug it in to the cigarette lighter. I've tried using a different charger but the same thing happens. So I believe the problem is a blown fuse. But I don't know which fuse goes to the cigarette lighter. I need to know which fuse to replace.

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