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Old 30th June 2003, 03:55 AM   #1
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Question where can i get a T3.15/250V fuse???

Hey diyaudio'ers, i thought it woud be easy to find a T3.15/250V fuse, but after a lot of searching at lowes and some other hardware store i can't find one. I have found a 3 amp/250v fuse but no t3.15/250s. It seems that most places just skip that one. I need it for my aidre audio dt300 plate amp. Are there any online stores that carry them?

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Old 30th June 2003, 07:12 AM   #2
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T3.15A250V is quite a standard slow blow fuse in €urope.

But I think it is fairly ok to replace it with a slow blow 3A250V fuse.

they arent that exact on the fuse rating anyway, and it is also very dependant on time.

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