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From: "Leonard G. Caillouet"
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Subject: Re: 125 or 250V fuse?
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NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 16:28:50 EDT
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 16:32:45 -0400
Considering that Sam has spent countless hours on the FAQ for this group, I
would galdly cut him some slack for being an ass occasionally, though I
didn't think his comment was out of line. I certainly don't answer posts
when people are too lazy to just search the FAQ and many other informative
references that can be found online. If I'm not mistaken there is some info
on fuse voltage ratings there.
Sam, many of us really appreciate the effort that you put in to respond to
so many posts and have learned a lot from your FAQ.
Leonard G. Caillouet
"Sam Goldwasser" wrote in message
> "jeff legere" writes:
> > The not so polite reply:
> > Don't be an ass. I said it was a guess, take it as such and keep your
> > comments to yourself.
> I should do this because??? :)
> > The polite question:
> > as to voltage interuption, are you talking about spark gap? as in the
> > of the gap created when the fuse blows prevents a spark from one end to
> > other?
> Yes, and the composition of the fuse element as well as the material
> it (e.g., air or sand).
> --- sam | Sci.Electronics.Repair FAQ Home Page: http://www.repairfaq.org/
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