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There is a little fuse that mounts to the htr that is between the thermoprotector and the elements that is bad and I need one but I don't know where to find it. HELP TM

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The best thing to do is to look in the yellow pages to find AC Parts and Supply. There are many who will sell to the general public. If you are able, take the bad fuse with you as well as the make, model and serial numbers of the heater with you.

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