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I have a hrmon kardon rec. a fuse hase blown, i am having a hard time locating 1 to replace it, where can i find 1?

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Take the blown fuse to Radio Shack or look up 'Electronic Equipment and Supplies= Dealers' in the yellow pages. It shouldn't be hard to find.

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