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Blown Fuse How do you find and change the fuse?

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You would need to unscrew the unit, use a multimeter to test each fuse individually (if it even has fuses), and then take it into a hardware store to find an equaivalent. No one sells the exact fuse individually - not even the manufacturer - so an exact fuse would have to be obtained by buying a working one (which would defeat the purpose of the repair). But, that's how you would do it.

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