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Ratings on these devices can get confusing. The 'blow' temperature is of course fixed (110'C in this case), but the fuse element is usually quoted at 240v (e.g. 10A). At lower voltages the current rating is higher....ca 25A at 12v.
The RadioSpares part number for a 10A 113'C fuse is 176-9255 - (if you have an account with them). About 60p each but come in packs of 5. This type appears to work / suit OK.
I don't have a 113'C fuse at present but I do have both 99'C and 121'C types which are quite close.
If you would like one you could send me a SAE with a few spare stamps to cover the cost of the fuse.
Remember you CAN'T solder these.
(PM if you are interested)
IF there are others out there who would like these fuses or a few spares in the cupboard just in case then post here or PM and I'll put an order into RS specifically for this.
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