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#171532 - 11/30/07 02:57 AM "Fuse replacements" joke
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Ages ago, when I was new here we had some kind of cartoon showing "UL listed fuse replacements" like the 60A cotter pin or the 150A cotter pin. The search doesn't give me anything though - does anyone still know where to find that picture?

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#171623 - 12/02/07 01:49 AM Re: "Fuse replacements" joke [Re: Texas_Ranger]
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I remember that one!

Think it was submitted by Joe Tedesco.

Got it saved somewhere on my LAN, so if it pops up, will send to you.

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#171627 - 12/02/07 04:15 AM Re: "Fuse replacements" joke [Re: Scott35]
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I remember it. I think it had the patented "Nev-R-Blow" fuse among the options!

I just tried a quick search through the forum on a few key words, but I can't locate it either.

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