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6.3 slow-blow fuse

I went to Radio Shack to buy my open 6.3 slow-blow 125v fuse and they didn't have it. But they did have a 6.3 slow-blow 250v fuse. Will this fuse work or do I have to look for the 125v fuse?

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This worked for me. My set has a little panel around the power cord with a single screw; the real trick is fitting my hand in there to change the fuse. I guess they make the opening for monkeys or small children or something.

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Important parameter is 6.3 amp slow-blow,voltage rating = 125v
or 250v OK, No Worries.............................T,

Posted on Dec 12, 2007

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    Did ya find your fuse ?.....Fix problem?.................T.

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SOURCE: 6.3a slow-blow 125v fuse

It will work, the amp rating is most important, 125v / 250v does
not matter.......note: if you blow the fuse again, the TV will
need service.................T.

Posted on Dec 08, 2007

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SOURCE: I went to Radio Shack to buy my open 6.3 slow-blow

Yes you can try it,Go to this website Mats Electronics they list all kinds of Parts/Supplies
1-800-628-1118

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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6.3a slow-blow 125v fuse


It will work, the amp rating is most important, 125v / 250v does
not matter.......note: if you blow the fuse again, the TV will
need service.................T.

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