Fuse for CSW BassCube8s

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  1. BrianSmithe

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    Well, we had a nasty lighting storm today and my sub no longer turns on. It was in a surge protector but i guess it fried. I took out the fuse and it was partially black, so I think that's the culpret. I got the fuse specs from the manual:
    1A
    250V

    What do I ask for when I goto radio shack? Like what type of fuse is it? I'm new to all this so maybe a link to a site that shows the product I need would be helpful. Thanks in advance!!
     
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    Assuming it's fast-acting (a really thin wire) go here, If it's slow blow (large wire), just click Fuses at the top of the frame and then navigate to the slow-blow section.
    Hope that helps.
    Sean
     
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    very much so, thanks a lot [​IMG] I'll have to pick that up today and hopefully it'll fix the prob!
     
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    I forgot to look this morning on my sub to see if the fuse is a fast acting or a slow-blow, does anyone have a CSW Basscube 8s and know which type of fuse it uses??
     
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    I think they are usually slow, but it wont hurt to put a fast one in there...it just might blow occasionally and you'll have to replace it again [​IMG]
    Sean
     
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    do you know what size they are?? I bought a 1 1/4 x 1/4 and it was too big [​IMG]
     
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    Can you bring your blown one to Radio Shack? Sorry, I don't have any here to look at...

    Sean
     
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    I guess I'll do that. I also called CSW and they told me just to bring the sub in. So I'll see what happens, althought bringing the fuse to Radio SHack might be the easiest way!
     

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