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Old 08-22-2010, 02:24 PM   #1
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Power Gear Leveler fuses

Fleetwood Storm used a power gear leveling system in 1998. I had trouble till I found out the grounds were not hooked up securely. Meanwhile I blew a 1.6 amp fuse in the Power gear control box. Anybody have any spares?
Power Gear wants crazy money for a set of 10. I need one fuse! Help anyone. Thanks.

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Power Gear doesn't make fuses, so just look up the type and amp rating and buy it elsewhere. Ebay is a good source, even for oddball types. So is Radio Shack.

Is it a glass cartridge fuse, mini-fuse, or ??? You can use 2A to replace a 1.6 - no practical difference if there is a short or major overload.

Here is a 1.6A glass fuse at Radio Shack. Yours?

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I have checked at radio shack .....no luck. The fuse has a diameter of approx. 1/4 inch and is about 1/4 inch thick and has two prongs also about 1/4 inch on one end. Anyone with knowlege of where to get a 16 amp wold be appreciated.
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Try e-bay search for "1.6 fuse". There are several out of the hundred or so that fit your description. Googleing did not help.
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