Maxspect Razor r420r 320W power supply fuse

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Recently picked up a used light and playing with the settings. While increasing intensity in manual mode, the power supply fuse popped
(the external fuse by the power cord).
I replaced the fuse with the same fuse (2A) but it went out as soon as the unit powered up.
Question: what is the original or designed amperage should be?
I suspect that the previous owners might have swapped out with a lower amperage fuse. Please advice. Thank you
 

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Recently picked up a used light and playing with the settings. While increasing intensity in manual mode, the power supply fuse popped
(the external fuse by the power cord).
I replaced the fuse with the same fuse (2A) but it went out as soon as the unit powered up.
Question: what is the original or designed amperage should be?
I suspect that the previous owners might have swapped out with a lower amperage fuse. Please advice. Thank you

Please head over to www.coralvue.com/support and submit a ticket. Likewise, you can email us directly at [email protected]. One of the reps will be able to help you efficiently. Thank you!
 

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Thanks for the feedback. I really don't want to fried the unit by putting in a bigger fuse.

Not saying anyone is right or wrong, but if it were mine id ask the experts. I'm sure they can either tell you what will work or provide you with the appropriate parts etc.. :)
 
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Also received a response from CoralVue support email with the same answer.
Thank you everyone for your support and inputs.

P.s. Couldn't find any 5A fast acting fuse at local stores. So I had to ordered some online.
For future reference just in case someone ran into the same issue as I do.
It's 5A Fast Acting (5mm x 20mm) or (3/16" x 3/4") glass fuse
 

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