Applied Engineering: The Conserver for GS

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Applied Engineering: The Conserver for GS

I recently experienced a power surge that blew the fuse for my AE GS Conserver. I removed the fuse and found that it had absolutely no ID markings on it at all....never saw a fuse without some ID before? Does anyone know the correct fuse to use with the Conserver?

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Re: Applied Engineering: The Conserver for GS

Some fuses only appear to have no markings because they actually are inside metal caps on top that are covering the markings. Those caps are soldered directly to the board, right on the middle of the cap.

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Re: Applied Engineering: The Conserver for GS

Unfortunately I tossed the fuse when I did not see any ID marks.....so I still need to find out if anyone here knows the correct fuse for the Conserver.

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Conserver Fuse is 8A

The manual shows fuse to be rated 8A (fast acting)

350 Watts per Outlet

 

950 Watts Max Load for the System.

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