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What size fuse is a 250v 10a drawing fuse inside my microwave would a 6.3 32mm fuse be ok.its a lg ms-283 mc microwave

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Chances are it is a standard 1/4" x 1-1/4" (6.3mm x 32mm) but I would suggest measuring it to be sure.

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