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Replace fuse noise then sudden power loss and light went out. Is it a blown fuse and how can I replace it.

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  • Leanne Mackenzie
    Leanne Mackenzie Nov 09, 2014

    It didn't sound like a motor noise. It was a little " pht " noise and power and lights went out suddenly. No noises prior to this. That's why I thought it may be a fuse. If it is, is there a special fuse I should buy?

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    Mikey Nov 09, 2014

    The fuse is a normal house fuse within the plug! Pull the plug out from the mains and on the underside might be a flap holding the fuse in that you can prize open using a fingernail or small screwdrivers! If no flap then remove 2 screws on the underside of the plug and the fuse will be inside the plug, race with the same amp rated fuse, probably 5amp!

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Because of the noise it sounds like a motor problem! The fuse is in the mains plug and is easily replaced!

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