Question about Cars & Trucks
An 800 watt appliance consumes just over three amps with maybe a surge on switch-on but a thermal fuse isn't primarily rated in amps but in degrees (temperature).
The temperature of the replacement fuse should be identical to the original - usually marked on the body. If the original marking has disappeared you will need to use an educated guess or draw on the experience of an appliance engineer if the appliance specifications aren't available.
Posted on Dec 27, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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