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ID strange fuses. never seen... #220457 01/19/20 12:22 PM
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dsk Offline OP
I got some fuses here, and I have no clue about where the have been used.


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Re: ID strange fuses. never seen... [Re: dsk] #220466 01/23/20 07:06 PM
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CEBEC is the Belgian approval mark, so I'd guess they're from Belgium. I have no idea how old Belgian fuse boards looked!

Re: ID strange fuses. never seen... [Re: dsk] #220469 01/24/20 10:22 AM
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Yeah it should be from Belgium.

Re: ID strange fuses. never seen... [Re: dsk] #220470 01/24/20 12:11 PM
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dsk Offline OP
That sound reasonable, I got them from a telco man, and some of the oldest exchanges here were made in Belgium.

Thank you!


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