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Mx-c770 I am looking to replace a fuse for my JVC stereo, model MX-c770. This was a compact system made about 13 years ago. The fuses are 1.25 amp 125 volt tube type fuses. I can't figure out the manufacture, but one end has a 237o n it and the other end has a "T" inside a triangle. Any help would be greatly appreciated..........I love this stereo-even if I can only use the receiver and aux cable for my ipod......

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  • madtinkerer Oct 24, 2008

    Thanks for your response! I actually went to Radio Shack;they had nothing. I was realy surprised. But I did go to Digi-key online. Their customer service is out of this world. I chatted live with someone till we figured out the right one. NOw my oldy but goody is working like her old self again! To think I was geting ready to trash it over bad fuses.......... I wonder how many other perfectly fine electronics get tossed bc of blown fuses........Again, thanks!

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WE just bought fuses at the local radio shack. Ours were 4A 125V. You can look up your fuses on thier website to see if they carry them or just take one of your old ones with you. Hope you find what you are looking for.

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