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PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 6:52 pm 
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i bought a fuse for my tube buffer the fuse died the fuse i bought is fast blo let me know about fuse above want to get the right fuse

-- 06 Dec 2017 03:01 --

have grant fidelity tube buffer B-283 MK11 if you know the right fuse for it let me know thanks


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:08 pm 
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i bought a fuse for my tube buffer the fuse died the fuse i bought is fast blo let me know about fuse above want to get the right fuse

-- 06 Dec 2017 03:01 --

have grant fidelity tube buffer B-283 MK11 if you know the right fuse for it let me know thanks


I deciphered your post using my Orphan Annie Secret Society decoder pin and it says to drink more Ovaltine!

Why not replace with the same fuse that came with the tube buffer?


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:10 pm 
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WHY NOT ANSWER THE QUESTION

-- 06 Dec 2017 03:14 --

the fuse that doesnt work is a hi fi tuning fuse looking to get another audiophile grade fuse that wont blow


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 05, 2017 7:17 pm 
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jnaudio wrote:
WHY NOT ANSWER THE QUESTION

-- 06 Dec 2017 03:14 --

the fuse that doesnt work is a hi fi tuning fuse looking to get another audiophile grade fuse that wont blow


Easy fella…no need for the CAPS! Your question is difficult to understand. A little punctuation goes a long way.

If the hi-fi tuning fuse doesn’t work, then use one of same spec as the original.


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The fuse in the title is fast blow. Slow blow fuses should have the letter T instead of the F.


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Here i thought maybe you were talking about yer subwoofer fuse conundrum.

How'd that work out for ya?

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whats the L stand for

-- 06 Dec 2017 03:46 --

no problem with sub fuses the hi fi tuning shouldnt have blown if it was the right one


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I hope you will actually thank the people that help you in the many threads you create.


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i do always appreciate the help


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^Maybe try actually showing that once in a while, it's the right thing to do.

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Not to debate hi-fi fuses – but if they do not work, as in constantly blow, then why use them? Is the fuse markings in the title the hi-fi fuse or the original? I cannot begin to fathom how many different cartridge fuses there are – but guaranteed there is not an equivalent replacement of hi-fi fuses. Don’t stress over it…throw in the original fuse, pour yourself a glass/cup of your favorite beverage and sit back and enjoy!

And for reference https://www.swe-check.com.au/pages/lear ... rkings.php


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jnaudio wrote:
WHY NOT ANSWER THE QUESTION

Applying basic grammar and punctuation will go a long way in helping people understand what it is you are asking for help with.

You write in gibberish. I'm not trying to be condescending here, but writing in basic grade 6 level English isn't too much to expect.

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Written on the back. F0.5L250V
If it's blowin fuses something might be up.
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whats the L stand for

-- 06 Dec 2017 03:46 --

no problem with sub fuses the hi fi tuning shouldnt have blown if it was the right one



The L stands for low breakage.


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No comments off topic, if you are blowing fuses that indicates a problem. Even after blowing a single fuse I would suggest first step look into power surge protection for all your equipment. On multiple devices powered from same receptacles, there's something with the power.

That is assuming your equipment, more than one device wouldn't likely be faulty at the same time, especially with a short.

Never read your previous threads, but there was plenty info in the initial question to take a stab at it.

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