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Fuse for a IS-HC040917
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Old 5th December 2008, 10:44 AM   #1
jeremysallen is offline jeremysallen  United States
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Default Fuse for a IS-HC040917

Hey everyone i have an Insignia IS-HC040917 6.1 2 Ch. Surround Sound Reciever... I have bad power in my apartment... and When the fuse box poped off the other day... It cliped out the fuse in my reciever... I have a T8-250v Fuse... I had a T2 250v fuse... that was about the same size...and when i stuck it in...place of the t8 my standby light came back on...but the min. i brought it out of standby mode....i herd a pop.... but i didnt smell anything...so i think i blew the other fuse... i dont have a tester... i hope i didnt burn up any other components.... or that there is not a dead short...anywhere... hopefully the t2 was just the wrong fuse and wouldnt hadle the power what to you think?
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