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    Captain Coconut

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    physical fuse size

    Post by Captain Coconut on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:16 am

    The original ST-35 used a "large" (6X32) 2A fuse, but I was wondering if a "small" (5X20) 2A fuse would be okay in a future build. I have an IEC plug with a "small" fuse holder on it.

    peterh

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    Re: physical fuse size

    Post by peterh on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:24 am

    Captain Coconut wrote:The original ST-35 used a "large" (6X32) 2A fuse, but I was wondering if a "small" (5X20) 2A fuse would be okay in a future build. I have an IEC plug with a "small" fuse holder on it.
    The should be electrically equivalent.

    sKiZo

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    Re: physical fuse size

    Post by sKiZo on Sun Sep 06, 2015 11:47 am



    Long as the ratings for amperage and voltage are the same, the rest of the electronics could care less what it looks like.

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