The geniuses who wrote the instruction manual never put the number of amps the fuse is. Its has the volts (250V) but it doesn't say the number of amps needed to power the the system.
Does anyone know the number of amps needed?
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Re: I need a replacement fuse
Ita on the end in small lettering on the fuse 100%.. You may need a magnifyer to see it. BUT a fusse does not blow all by its self most of the time. It will blow if there is a problem with a circuit and Will case a fire if it is replaced by a larger fude and keeps the circuit from blowing.
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No! Unless you have read it wrong and it should be 320V. You can go higher than 250 volts but not lower. And you can go lower say to 10A and say up to 16 or 20A, though you should stay around 15A to be safe. If you do fit a 10A fuse at 250 volt and it blows straight away then it won't be the fuse that is faulty, but something inside the amp that has gone. As fitting even a 15A 250V will do the same. A 32 volt fuse in the mains section will burn out in a fraction of a second.
Any decent electrical shop should have those fuses. They tend to come in 20mm and 30mm lengths. You will need to know which. Also there are fast blow and slow blow fuses. If you have the originals and you can see the remains of a coil then you want slow blow. Otherwise just replace them with fast ones. The 1.2 amp fuse can be replaced with a 250 volt fuse.
So you want a 250ma 250v fuse.
and a 1.2A 250v fuse.
A buss type fuse is like the glass tubeb with metal ends and just snaps in two clamp type holder. Any automotive store carries them. know what amperage, like 5, 10,15 ,20 etc. The 250 v is the norm. The fuse protects against amperage overload not voltage. They come in tins of assorted or specifc in fives. Good luck
I think your problem is a fuse in back panel has burnt out....you will need to replace it, Tthere are two fuses and one is easy to see and as usual the easy fuse is not the problem, the fuse you need to replace is probably the one in a black shrink rap on top left side of the panel. You will need to cut shrink rap off fuse and find wires. Next step cut and solder in new fuse. I belive the fuse used is a 5 amp 250v, I put in a 6 amp to repair.