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My fuse blew what kind is it to replace

It a little fuse but I dont now what kind it is

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Its probably a GMA fuse. Its value should be on the circuit board and on the old fuse. You can get replacements at Radio Shack or your local hardware store. Just make sure it is NOT a slow blow fuse. in most cases the fuse opens due to a problem with the receiver either in the power supply or more likely in the output circuit.

A slow-blow fuse takes a couple of seconds to open and in that time more damage will be done.

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