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Fuses for P-07

Hello, my amp recently blew its fuses and I have misplaced the fuses that were inside the amp. My problem is I don't know what kind of fuses to buy for the amp. I read through the manual to no avail. I even tried Geminis technical support number, but I keep getting an answering machine. Please help!

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Hi i have a denon 2309 av reciever i blew the t4al 250v amp changed it and everytime it turns on it blows again any ideas wot could be the problem please

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The fuse you need is a t4al 250v

this is a common slow blow 250v 4amp fuse.

You can get them at RadioShack



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  • wayne rudy Oct 13, 2011

    hi yes found out what fuse i needed got a few fuses but once i put the new fuse in it keeps blowing any ideas to why this keeps happening?

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