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I need to replace my 12 volt plug, where can these be located keeps blowing and melted in outlet, thks

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  • stberinger Mar 19, 2009

    I'm looking for a mini atm or sfe replaceable fuse 12 volt plug so that I can replace my broken burned out one on my coffee pot. The plug and wiring needs to be able to handle 20A. I would like to repair it and not throw it out. thks2


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