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A spike in current can cause damage to capacitors and other components in electrical equipment; fuses can protect those components from that damage. Fuses are used in vehicles and other machines that have electrical components and they come in different sizes. Putting a fuse between a power supply and an electrical device adds a level of protection for that device in the event of a power surge or other electrical event. Grainger carries a wide assortment of fuses and fuse-related equipment, including fuse blocks, clips, covers, holders, kits, links, reducers and cover units to make sure your workplace keeps running.

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why did my mustang gt just start blowing it's horn while I was driving. It's been raining a lot here in florida. Could it have gotten wet? I pulled the fuse.
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Please reach out to your local Ford dealer for this issue.
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Most likely the fuse you have is a Bussmann product, NOS series and rated for 35 amps. Please look at Grainger item number 4XH09.

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Looking for a ceramic fuse for Sperry DM-5300 and AMPROBE AM-1280, multimeters. The fuse is 6.38mm wide and 25.28mm long.
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At present time, Grianger does not carry the proper sized fuse for those multimeters.

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needs to be 11/4 inches long
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Please look at Grainger item # 4XH53.

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In order to better assist you we will need additional information. Please call 1-800-Grainger Monday-Friday 7AM-7PM to speak with a Technical Product Support Specialist.
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We are a bit unclear to what you are looking for. Please look at items 1CZ15 and 1DD98. If this is not what you need or if you have additional questions, please call us at 1-800 Grainger so we can discuss your need in greater detail.

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need fuse for neuton mower

need fuse for neuton lawn mower 24 volt with reset button plug in top of machine round blades where it plugs in little over inch in length across can you furnish..number on fuse body lek05...
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Grainger stocks fuses in the size and amperage you need, but have a voltage rating of 250v. We do need to know if you need fast acting or time delay. Please look at Grainger item numbers 4XH45 and 4XH62.

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The transformer is an Acme Electric 100VA 230 volt primary with a 120 volt secondary Grainger part# 4LDK1 Calls for 1.2 amp fuses for primary and secondary. Does the primary use a fast acting and the secondary a slow blow? Any recommendations for the size and type would be a great help.
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According to the manufacturer, the 4LDK1 transfomer does not come with fuse kits for the primary or secondary. If fuse kits are added, the amperage ratings in the tech specs are correct for that fusing. The proper fuses will depend on the kits used, but in general, they suggest Class CC fuses on the primary side and Midget fuses on the secondary side. Both fuses will be time delay fuses; fast acting fuses will not handle the potential load inrush amperages.

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