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Airblown Inflatable snowman

The fuse is in the plug houseing and have not an idea how to open it to replace the fuse

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  • murpenmic Dec 21, 2008

    I have a 12 foot airblown inflatable snowman and we need to replace the fuse as well. We think that is the problem. Working one minute and then just stopped. Can you help? Thanks so much. Penny

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Pop side of plug open with a small screwdriver and you will see a small fuse! Replace
This should fix ya!

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