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Good one Slappy! Almost as funny as the response I got from the kid working at Radio Shack when he asked what the fuse was going into. "A phono stage for my turntable. Actually it's the power supply for the phono stage" I said. The kid then replied "What kind of table did you say your phone had?". I got a pretty good chuckle out of that and then had to explain to this kid that I listen to records.
Ohhh man, that is sad!
So this thing doesent have any amp markings on it? That is not good. You think they would have the ampere rating on the fuse itself.
You might want to check with the manufacturer if you can get ahold of them. I'd be pretty hesitant to put any fuse in it unless i knew what it was suppsoed to be.
After all, if the fuse blew, there might be something wrong with the unit. If you put a fuse that is rated higher than what is required then you might end up frying something other than the fuse