#1
Today, I went to an electronics store to buy a new fuse for my Laney LC30-II.
The store did not have fuses that were rated 0.63 mA, which I needed, but I was told using a 0.8 mA fuse would not damage my amp.
So I went home and installed the 0.8 mA fuse. It worked fine. After that, I consulted the amp's manual, which told me not to use a fuse with a higher rating than the specified one as this could be a serious fire hazard.

Question: Can I keep using the amp with a 0.8 mA fuse instead of the 0.63 mA fuse without the amp malfunctioning? Thanks in advance!

Warped Signal
#2
I wouldnt...I think your talking bout the slow blow fuse ? it needs to be exactly what they say to use...otherwise they wouldnt be so specific...you might as well be using a nail
#3
The guy at the electronics store told me that the difference between 0.63mA and 0.8 mA is so small that it wouldn't make a difference... so this isn't true then?
#4
Quote by Warped Signal
The guy at the electronics store told me that the difference between 0.63mA and 0.8 mA is so small that it wouldn't make a difference... so this isn't true then?


For a TV maybe, but when you're supplying a fast drawing transformer it's not.

find a place online to order a 0.63mA