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Dont no wat size fuse for lead

I bought this product second hand.. the sub is a kenwood 12inch 300 watt but the lead from the sub and amp is missing a fuse and i do not no wat size the fuse is.. can you help? cheers

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Depends what wireing kit you are useing.if you are useing say a 300watt kit then the fuse in the main power lead is normally a 25amp fuse,and this should be installed a maximum of 12 to 18 inches from the batery. hope this helps.

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