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Posted on Sep 10, 2006

# I need a replacement fuse

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? Thanks

• Anonymous Sep 11, 2006

Techman I can't find it. It only labels the voltage and the company name.

• Anonymous Feb 19, 2008

just recieved system from friend , no fuse in system. which amp fuse should i purchase. thank you

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### Anonymous

Yeah, my circuit board was fried. I had do get a new system.

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### Anonymous

9 amps try it out

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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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