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Fuse problem hi i have a very old electric fuce box..it has brackets that hold the big brass fuses does any body no were i can get a nother one ?...the name on my main fuse box is taylar electric can any body help?

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From my experience, u will have to call some electric supply houses and ask them for it, sometimes u can order the older fuse holders.

more than likely u will have to to look at some salvage places for it, u can ask the supply houses if they know who would have it. it is something that u will just have to track down and if all that fails u will have to replace the box.

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