Where to get this fuse?
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  Re: Where to get this fuse? by R Clark (This is for my South...)
It seems to be available almost everywhere:  https://www.google.com/search?client=fir...0122R+fuse
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  Re: Where to get this fuse? by R Clark (This is for my South...)
(01-12-2022, 10:19 AM)Cooler Wrote: It seems to be available almost everywhere:  https://www.google.com/search?client=fir...0122R+fuse

Thanks.

The Lighting Supply vendor didn't show in my search the other day.  The Garvin Industries hit is the multimeter manufacturer.  The rest of the hits are for fuses of other sizes.  

I went into Lighting Supply's web site and they wouldn't show shipping options/prices until one enters card info and hits the "Place Order" button.  My issue with Garvin Industries' sourced fuse was that they wanted $25 for shipping.  Lighting Supply apparently won't tell me how much shipping is until I place the order.  Maybe there's a button in a subsequent screen that allows me to cancel, but then again, maybe not.  No thanks.
Ray
(formerly "WxMan")
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  Re: RE: Where to get this fuse? by R Clark ([quote="Cooler" pid=...)
(01-12-2022, 10:46 AM)R Clark Wrote: The Garvin Industries hit is the multimeter manufacturer.

Shipping is also 14-21 days, which used to mean coming straight from China.  I don't know if that's what it means now, but if it does, I'd bet shipping time is longer than that.
Tom

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  Re: Where to get this fuse? by R Clark (This is for my South...)
Supplyhouse.com carries the Littlefuse brand of fuses.  They have several 600 v, 10a versions.

Supplyhouse.com's customer service was very helpful when I needed a capacitor for my radial arm saw. 

I would email them and ask which is the Littlefuse equivalent replacement.

Fuses at Supplyhouse:  https://www.supplyhouse.com/sh/control/s...amp%20fuse

Customer Service at Supplyhouse:  https://www.supplyhouse.com/resources

You can contact them by an 888-number (free call), email or live chat:  https://www.supplyhouse.com/resources
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  Re: Where to get this fuse? by R Clark (This is for my South...)
(01-12-2022, 07:44 AM)R Clark Wrote: Hmmm...never thought to look on eBay!  Thanks.

Only thing I wonder is if I'll get charged a foreign currency fee for the transaction.  I'll have to look into that.

Makes me wonder why this is so hard to find in the U.S.  Oh well....

Of course you’ll be charged an exchange fee.  So what ? 

It’s only a tiny percentage or small flat fee or both depending on your bank or financial institution.  It won’t be anywhere close to $15 making it cheaper than your Garvin route.
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