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Fuse for power cable on earthquake PH D2

Ive had a earthquake PH D2 for many years not nowing what size power fuse it requires it doesnt say in manual. I have been using 100 amp fuse but think it requires stronger fuse due to its power.

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I would go with a 40 or 60 amp fuse, this should be ok, you will hardly every run the amp to full capacity so its better to be safe than sorry.

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