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I'm in Iraq and I brought my ultratone k450fx with me to play my korg synth and being exciting to finally be able to play I plugged it in without using a transformer and blew a fuse, what size do I need to replace it?

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In Iraq I assume the voltage is 220-250.  The fuse you'll need is a 220-240V 1.25A H 250 V.  You can actually use this model without a transformer/converter if you have the voltage selector set to the non-North America setting.  
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