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VCR Fuses I was wondering if anyone could explain this to me and or show pictures of what they look like and where you can get new ones and the cost of them? (for VCR Fuses) Thanks, Amy

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Re: VCR Fuses

Check out this link there's all kind of photos of fuses and prices, hope that will help

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