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6.3a slow-blow 125v fuse

I 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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  • Anonymous Aug 12, 2008

    what kind of service and where do i take the tv??

  • Cragg Nov 28, 2008

    My 125V 6.3A fuse blew not from a problem, but from "old age", as the wire was still intact, but looked grey and what I would describe as corroded. I too only found a 250V, and put it in, and the TV works great (3 days so far). (THe 250V said slow blow...the 125V I don't know....both have a straight wire.
    I am curious as to why you said the Guest's TV will need service. Is it because the 250V will cause damage, or because if it blows again, it is an indication that there is another issue?

    Cragg

  • magee3173 Dec 18, 2008

    I have a sony conpont sixty cd player and my fuse have blow ou. I told the fusing out of it. the label on the fuse said 6.3amp with 125v. where can I buy those fusing at.

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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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SOURCE: 6.3 slow-blow fuse

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.

Posted on Jan 11, 2008

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or 250v OK, No Worries.............................T,

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