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I just bought a z-5500 digital but the fuse blew. I'm having problem finding a 2amp slow blow fuse. can I get the fuse from logitech

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    i placed a new fuse and still blow


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Did you try radio shack? did the fuse blow from overload? or if you just got them you can try and exchange them.goodluck.

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