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lolWouldnt recommend this.It's common with other appliances, but for something which uses a lot of power/has a tendancy to overheat + is f*ck*ng expensive, use the correct fuse.All it means is that either your wire will burn up first, or your PS3 will fry when the fuse doesn't blow and restrict the current its supposed to.They're like 50p anyway.

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ok i found a spare 5a fuse but its still not turning onaahhi did hear a slight pop when i thought the fuse was wrong, so it might mean its inside the ps3???

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ok i found a spare 5a fuse but its still not turning onaahhi did hear a slight pop when i thought the fuse was wrong, so it might mean its inside the ps3???
jus get a 360 of neckstaif 360 f*cks up, at least you know what it is and can get it fixed for free

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Technically it will work but the overload protection won't be there so chances of frying the appliance is HIGH. So if you want to just use it to test go ahead. But wouldn't recomend using the wrong Ampere

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Technically it will work but the overload protection won't be there so chances of frying the appliance is HIGH. So if you want to just use it to test go ahead. But wouldn't recomend using the wrong Ampere
this.the whole point of a fuse is to protect against surges. if theres a spike in the amount of electricity, the fuse breaks (costs 20p), as opposed to breaking the ps3 (£300)

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ok i found a spare 5a fuse but its still not turning onaahhi did hear a slight pop when i thought the fuse was wrong, so it might mean its inside the ps3???
jus get a 360 of neckstaif 360 f*cks up, at least you know what it is and can get it fixed for free
he sells them?

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