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Old 11-07-2015, 05:45 PM   #1
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What fuses do I need?

I am restoring a 1986 Winnebago Chieftain 27RT with a B-W Manufacturer's Power Converter Model 6345. Whoever last had this thing removed all the fuses. The Owner's/Operator's Manual says to use 15 amp AGC fuses, but those are the glass cartridge style and obviously aren't correct. I went to buy replacements, but there are a couple similar sized styles that might fit, but I'd rather be sure to get the right ones. Anybody know?


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Old 11-07-2015, 06:21 PM   #2
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Standard size plastic automotive fuses. Not the tiny ones that are 1/2 inch wide.

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You'll need the ATC blade fuses. Not the Mini ATM, or, the Maxi.
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Originally Posted by r___r View Post
You'll need the ATC blade fuses. Not the Mini ATM, or, the Maxi.

Agree. Your coach has the regular not the mini or maxi. My coach contains all three physical sizes so triples my carried spares requirement.
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Thanks everyone for the fast replies.
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