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Sansui 3618 tv

I have a sansui model 3618 with a blown fuse to the power supply but it blew so well i can read the marking can you tell me wich fuse to get it has t3.15al 250v writen on the board

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That seems to be a 3.15amp fuse. if it blolws then there is a short circuit

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