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Posted by Anonymous on
A fuse is just a fuse and is used to protect the electrical and electronic circuits for excessive current draw
take a sample fuse along to an electronic shop or electrical retailer or wherever that equipment is serviced
the only issue you have to be aware off is that the replacement fuse has to be the same wattage /amperage as the blown fuse
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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