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Replacing Electrical Fuses

How To Select The Right Fuse for Safety – Make sure the Replacement Fuse is the Right Type and Size

The Type and Size of Any Fuse or Circuit Breaker is Important
Electrical Question: Is it OK to use a 125 amp fuse in replacement of a 110 amp fuse?

This electrical question came from: Kris, from Salinas, CA
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Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your Electrical Question Kris.

How To Select The Right Fuse for Safety

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