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Delivery Costs - How Much?
  • The price of goods you buy depends on the delivery:
  • 1p to £9.99 Costs You £1.98
  • £10 to £59.99 Costs You £2.98
  • £60 or over FREE.
My Microwave will not work.
Microwave fuses. These types of fuses are commonly found in many brands of microwave ovens. They are normally used as the mains input fuse and are designed to fail if there is a fault. Such a fault could be a short circuit magnetron or a short circuit high voltage rectifier. In my experience however, this fuse commonly fails for no apparent reason. The fuse just gets stressed every time the magnetron starts which eventually leads to the breakdown of the fuse. This particular type of fuse is sand filled and is not clear glass like other fuses. It is important to replace a fuse in a microwave with this type as it will not explode in the event of a fault. This fuse is also designed to withstand the high surge current that flows when a microwave is started. If you require a microwave fuse then carefully check the rating that is normally on the siver end of the fuse. Also measure the fuse length; 32mm and 20mm are the common lengths. In our fuses section you will find the most common types of fuses listed. We accept no liablability for the incorrect/improper use of this product. If in doubt consult a professional.
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Where is my model number for my vacuum cleaner
It's really important when ordering a spare part for a vacuum cleaner that you have the correct model number and manufacturer to hand as this will ensure that you get the correct part for your vacuum cleaner, as mistakes can cost you dearly.
You will find the full model number on an information plate either at the back or on the bottom of the machine, when we say plate it may just be moulded into the plastic, so look carefully. Most model numbers can either consist of numbers only or a combination of letters and numbers.