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Blown fuse! I managed to blow the fuse. The only fuse number I've been able to find is 5S5A125V. Can anyone recommend a common (Littlefuse, Buss, Cooper) replacement? Duane

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I found the answer with a bit more research on the Internet. The replacement fuse is GMA-5ABC5, available at Lowe's or Home Depot.

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