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Old 12-11-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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Build Review Ripmax Power Supply - Pro-Peak 13.8v 20A

Hi All, I have a Ripmax Power Supply - Pro-Peak 13.8v 20A which needs a fuse 5Amp Have contacted Ripmax they told me I can obtain one from an electrical shop!! NO they are too large. So has anybody got any thoughts on this or help in any way thnks
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How big is the fuse, physically? What style is it?

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It's 20mm long 5mm diameter looks the same as a standard domestic 3 pin plug fuse.
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I apologize, I had to look up "standard domestic 3 pin plug fuse" in google. Now I understand. I take it you are in germany or somewhat close? Just guessing by the Forum name.

You are looking for a GMA 5A fast blow fuse....
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http://www.amazon.com/Fast-Blow-Fuse...rds=fuse+GMA5a

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Thanks very much for taking the time to look it up for me. Yes that's the correct fuse I will look up Amazon.co.uk.
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