OT? Apple Stylewriter problems (PS progress)

From: Tothwolf <tothwolf_at_concentric.net>
Date: Thu Jan 24 11:09:55 2002

On Thu, 24 Jan 2002, Mark Tapley wrote:

> >Is there room to insert a normal fuseholder (maybe a 20mm one), then you
> >could use a fuse without pigtails...
> Hm. Maybe. I actually have a small fuseholder (one of the few parts I have
> in my box). I'll see whether I can make it fit. It would mount in among
> caps and diodes with not much room to spare on a small circuit board,
> though, so I may be stuck with a pigtail version.

You might be able to solder a pair of clips directly to the board
depending on how much room exists and how the board was designed. I've
often replaced pigtail fuses used in PC power supplies with clips and a
standard 20mm fuse. They make 2 versions of these clips, IIRC. One has the
2 pins in line with the fuse, the other has the 2 pins on each side of the

Received on Thu Jan 24 2002 - 11:09:55 GMT

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