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You can find a fuse at any hardware store.

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  2. Fuse blown due to repeated current ON/OFF flow: The figure shows a fuse blown due to repeated current ON/OFF. Normally, this type of problem occurs after fairly long period of use and hence is less frequent than the above type. In this case, you may simply replace the fuse with a new fuse of the same capacity. Fig. 4: The lid on the fuse block in the engine compartment has the identification information 89576p40.jpg
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