I'm having trouble identifying a fuse.

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The fuse is out of a car stereo and the service manual only says that it is a 1 amp fuse. Can anyone help me figure out anything about it? The measurements is off a little because there is solder still on the fuse.

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Yes. That was the only thing I could find with the part number. I doubt that they will get anymore in. I'm going to need to try to find another replacement but I can figure out the rest of the specs.
 

paulktreg

Joined Jun 2, 2008
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Hows your soldering?

Try replacing it with a 20mm 1A glass fuse. Solder wire either end, insulate it with tape and solder it into position. Worth a try?
 

ebp

Joined Feb 8, 2018
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I think it is from the Nano or Nano2 series by Littelfuse. There are both time delay and very fast acting types in the series, so ident will still be a problem. Something in the datasheets may help distinguish which type by appearance.
 

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I should be able to solder a glass fuse in. I've looked at the nano fuse specs and the sizes appear to match. Does it matter what voltage nano fuse I use?
 

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I looked at both the Nano and Nano2. This looks line a regular Nano. The markings are different on a Nano2. Would a glass fuse offer the same protection?
 
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