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T12.5L 250V fuse for carver amp

T12.5L 250V fuse has blown, my fault, what is the value to replace this fuse and what is the T1, a part number or some thing I can't find a 12.5 amp fuse, glass 5mm x 20mm so I'm thinking it's a 2.5 and T1 is just a part number or something. logo on the fuse is a W with an x on top center with a circle around the x
W the whole thing.

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Yes T1 stands for fuse One. The fuse is a 2.5amp at 250volts. The only thing you need to work out now is if it's a Quick blow or Slow Blow type. Sometimes you can still see the remains of the wire that's gone on the old one. This is your best clue to it. If it is a single wire it's a Quick, if you can see a coil then it's the other.
If in doubt use a Quick blow type.

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