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Slo blo fuse for Hafler DH100 preamp

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I'm in Australia and need to source a replacement fuse.  F1 Fuse, 1/16A slo blo SF019
Nobody over here now's what I'm talking about

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Hi sheffster

Hehehe I am a Brizvegas , but I know what you are on about.. . Hard to find such a low value of fuse, if you mean a 1/16amp device You can get an 80ma from Farnell Electronics. in Australia by mail order.

What markings are on the fuse itself?
How long is it? 3/4 inch or 1 1/4 inch

It just seems a very low value, particularly for a sloblo. Good luck, hope you get the old girl fired up again :)

regards
Graeme

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