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It should pull straight out. Most spare fuse kits will come with a pair of plastic tongs that make this easier if there isn't already one in your fuse box. Just make sure that you put a fuse that is the same number as the one you are pulling out. A 5 amp fuse will blow again if you put in a smaller number and anything higher will risk damaging the system .

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