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Need a fuse for my Gaggia Classic.

I need a fuse for my Gaggia Classic. The fuse is "Microtemp SKLAML G4A00 TF 184C." Can anyone tell me where to get it? Thank you.

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  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2008

    I have a Saeco Venus with the same problem. One place to get the part is


    ATC




    email:
    info630@atconline.com

    phone:
    847.985.8383

    fax:
    847.985.1323
    Advance Technical Components, Inc.
    630 Pratt Avenue North
    Schaumburg, IL 60193-1323

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