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What is the fuse rating for a Marshall MG30dfx?

I was in the process of fixing it and lost the fuse. I tried emailing marshall they were not very helpful. The amp is set up for 120v mains.

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According to the schematic, the fuse for 120 volt is a 1 amp.

This is a reasonable size for this size amp.

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