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I had the output fuse on the GPS-6A power supply blow. What was in there was a 32 volt 10 amp buse fuse. Since this was a refurbed power supply I'm trying to find out if this is the correct fuse, I can't find the fuse size in the manual. Thanks


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ok, just Help me a little, Name of the system ( I think there were a few different flavors of 3672


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Encore CX is what my manual says.


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I think it's the ENCORE CX 3672? Can't seem to find manual I had. So if nonameyet is unable to assist let me know. I have a friend that may still have his manual and list of fuses. It's the one with the DC to DC converter correct?


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well, it looks like those couple of pages are GONE..all I have is some programming stuff, and I found a couple of pages of carrier codes for the IDS systems LCR... frown

sorry, I can't help.


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It's the one with the DC to DC converter correct?
No the main AC to DC power supply. I don't belive the DC to DC has fuses, but I could be wrong.


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I just pulled the fuse on a couple GPS-6A supplies we have in the shop (original fuses, I believe). It's a 5A, 125V. I hope this helps.


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Thanks for the information, I believe that is the input fuse. Correct? This has an input and output fuse, it's the output I'm trying to confirm.


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Sorry. Apparently, not all GPS-6A supplies have an output fuse. Only one of the three we have in stock has the output fuse, which is labeled 10A, 125VAC. This is also an original fuse. I hope this is more helpful than my last post. smile


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That certainly makes more sense than the 10A 32volt that was in this one, though it lasted a couple months before blowing. This one was labeled 125 volt, didn't have the amps, below the fuse socket, that's why I wanted to verify what it took. Thanks for checking.


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