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Need ohms out put for sears silvertone 1465 guitar amp

Ss amp from 1966

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SOURCE: Fuse - 2amp for a Silvertone 1472 Amplifier

Hello endaya try if you are using a 2amp buss fuse, its available, 117V is applicable to 220V, just follow the amp rating.

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