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    Vox AC30cc2x HT Fuse Holder

    Hello Everyone,

    After a gig I found that the cap that holds the HT Fuse (found on the back of the amp), and (250V, 500mA) fuse were missing. Anyone know where I could buy a replacement?

    The fuse holder cap is round and has a recess to put a flathead screwdriver to turn the cap for removal.

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    All the fuse holder companies make one that LOOKS like that. You'll have to look inside and see what is printed on the fuse holder body. A brand name or a model number.
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    This is the part# off of an AC30 amp parts list.
    "E4C61007 FUSEHOLDER W/CAP FOR 20MM FUSE
    As Used: Fuseholder w/fusecap"
    Not sure if it is the same.
    Call Parts Is Parts.
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