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Open circuit fuse F301

After an incorrect power supply was connected to the Panasonic RF-D1 DAB radio, the fuse F301 seems to have failed. Does anyone know what the rating of this fuse should be and where I can get a replacement from?

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The internal 5v battery is flat

Posted on Sep 04, 2008

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