Yourmomm - It should be printed on the fuse end cap. "T" usually stands for slow reacting fuse.
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Yeah thanks. But it's not printed on the fuse Anywhere....I did start there before asking the question!! There are markings on the fuse but no numbers at all; only the name of manufacturer. Besides which, the fuse is blown, and there are no guarantees it was the correct rating for the power supply in the first place...so that's also why I asked. Didn't know American fuses were rated for 240v...sounds like a recipe for confusion on a 110v system...
Still looking for an answer:-)
Ahhh, no worries. Thanks Tony-found it! For anyone interested:
For the fast acting one...im presuming better safe than sorry and get a fast than a slow-not sure how time delayed fuse will protect power supply...but if anyone knows different do let me know. thanks once again all
Yeah thanks Tony I was just coming to that conclusion reading up on it a bit more...thanks for the headsup.
Anyone know any suppliers of these fuses? Can't find any in uk or in NZ (where I currently am...).
32mm x 6.3mm (1.25" x 0.25") 250v 0.25A slow blow fuses are not that easy to find on google!
Many thanks once again for all the help