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REPLACEMENT FUSE FOR AMERICAN AUDIO PROFESSIONAL POWER AMPLIFIER VLP 1500

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It takes a 15amp fuse

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You need to contact these guys; http://www.americanproaudio.com/contact.html They still support the model, so thye should be able to help. Sorry doesn't appear to be available online. :)

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

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