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Blown Fuse I have a blown fuse on the back electrical panel. How can I remove the fuse?

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Find the main braker to the house. Pull it out, or flip it off. It's probubly right above the fuse. Plug some thing in several outlets, to make sure all power is off. Then use a pare of needle nose pliers, to get the fuse out. Make sure all power is turned off to the house!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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