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Where can i find replacement fuse 12a 250v slow burn

Where can i find replacement fuse

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Helllo there:
This is a verry common fuse type and it can be purchased at radio shack or at any good reputable electronics store and i have even seen them at napa autozone and kragen ok?
Hope this is very helpful for you
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Posted on May 14, 2010

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You can try radio shack, might be a special order or you can just use an ordinary glass fuse of the same amp/volt rating like I do. In a pc, if it hits 12a to blow a fuse,there's a serious problem or it's got a hair dryer inside it. I use ordinary all the time & never had an issue.

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