#2
where do you buy any fuses? radioshack, lowes, home depot, anywhere that sells electronics...just find your user manual or consult the back of the amp for the proper fuse specs
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#3
take the fuse you have to a hardware store. Ace or Home Depot will do, get a 500ma fuse of the same style. an automotive parts store like O'Reilly's or Autozone will have the same type you need also.
#4
Yeah, I guess I'll have to. I really needed to order em online, but oh well.


EDIT:
guitarted, I'm sorry that I've been making you constantly repeat yourself

#7
You can order it online. Just match the mA of the fuse and get one rated for the same voltage or higher, slow-blo, and the right size. There are a billion electronics sites that will have them. It's not a proprietary fuse or anything, it's a very standard part.

Here, the slow-blo on the right side here are the right kind, just pick the right size of the two, and the mA rating which is listed on your fuse:
http://tubedepot.com/fuses.html
#9
Most amps have the bigger size, I'd be quite surprised if it were the smaller one. I assume that you have a dime you can check it against though, I hear they're ten to a dollar these days.
#10
OK, still searching, because I'm an idiot. My dad went to a bunch of hardware stores, even radio shack and wal-mart, and he didn't get any fuses. I don't think I gave him enough info for them to give him a fuse, but oh well. I've been searching, and I found this: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2103769 Does anyone who has experience with the AD30 know if this is the exact kind for it?