furnace blower fuse?

atlanta39May 26, 2010

hi guys,

i got a 115 volt furnace blower to replace the 230 volt that i had considered turning into a shop fan. The directions on the 115 volt says to place a fuse on the hot lead. I figure i need a 15 amp fuse to go on 16 guage wire. My old 230 volt has a buss fuse holder..it says 300 volt dual element3.2 amp that was orginaly a fuse holder for the transformer. can i take this holder and put a 15 amp buss fuse in there and use this on my hot lead..thanks

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bus_driver

Yes.

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