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trumpet675

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trumpet675 says:

garmin zumo

hiya all just wondered if anyone out there has any idea what wattage replacement fuse is on this system the little inline one hidde.n in the waterproof protector,need a spare one and wasnt to sure what description to ask for in halfords. any help appreciated thanks

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

sat navs

have different voltages and wattages,what model/type/system is it?

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

garmin foozed

Probably 2 or 5 amp.

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trumpet675

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trumpet675 says:

mystery zumo!

sorry about that its a 550 series zumo mate!too lazy to take seat apart to find the little black protector seem to think it might be spade type from its dimensions ,just want to carry spare fuse rather than bulky old maps as back up.thanks again jaffa90 hope you or others can help!

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littleredrooster

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Zumo

Spec sheet says 15w maximum, so 1.25A
3A fuse should suffice.

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trumpet675

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trumpet675 says:

zumo

many thanks sorry about late reply ,have not been online much.:smile

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