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I am having a ard time finding the right fuse for my MOTU 828 Mk1

My MOTU 828 Mk1 went down. I had a friend of mine look at it. He said it was the fuse inside of the module, and proceeded to attempt replacing it for me. The replacement fuse was too high an amperage and was fast acting to boot. When I attempted to find the specs for my Mk1, I came up short. I need a FULL description of the right fuse, including dimensions. Here is what I do know: 125mA slow blo, About 3/4m inch length (per the distance between the ends of the clips the fuse goes into). The data sheets I'm running into have alot of info that I don't understand, so I'm scared to order the wrong fuses online, and can't find a fuse of such low amperage locally. Can you help?

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Take the original to your local tv repair shop - they will be happy to suppy the correct replacement
there are subtle differences between time lag, slo blow and antisurge fuses so be careful

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