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Oster wine cooler fuse

I have removed the fuse per previous posts..and yes mine is blown too.
However, the local electronics store said they need to know if this is a "slow blowing "fuse or "fast blowing" fuse. they say it is critical to get the right one.
Anyone know which it is?
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I just replaced mine with a "Slo Blow" and it is working just fine. Got it at Radio Shack , 4 for approximately $3.

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If there is absolutely NOTHING working it is very likely a fuse has blown. Everything that electricity runs through should have been made with a fuse or breaker. The fuse prevents a hot wire from getting too hot and catching everything on fire.
The website states the units have a two year warranty. The phone number to the company is listed as (02) 9360 3199. I was not able to locate a manual for your unit so if you choose to check for a blown fuse unplug the unit first. Electrical devices can hold a charge AFTER being unplugged and electrocute you such as TV sets, so unless you have some experience I would not poke around inside with any metal items or touch things I was unsure of. If you are a curious person such as myself, the fuse "should" be somewhere near where the cord enters the unit. If you find that is the problem, hook it back up to a surge protector instead of plugging it directly into the wall to help prevent another blown fuse. Hope this helps.

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Stopped cooling no humming or nothing digtal reading are working but nothing else


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I had the same problem as other bloggers--temp would not decrease and fan did not run. . . as suggested by others, I replaced the 5A heat-shrink wrapped fuse in upper left corner of circuit board (fuse is covered in black heat shrink wrap and is in a U-shape). I unsoldered the two ends of the fuse on the circuit board (be sure you locate the correct two holes) and then replaced it with two parts from Radio Shack--a 5x20mm Inline Fuse Holder rated at 250V AC, 5A (part # 270-1238) and used a 6.3A slow-blow 250V fuse (part # 270-1066). Now the wine Refir works great!

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If you don't have it, get some silver solder while at Radio Shack and a thin, needle-point soldering iron tip. Radio shack has 30W soldering irons for less than $10. You really don't need soldering experience--just a steady hand. Even if you have none of these parts your total outlay at RadioShack is less than $25 for everything.

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