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What fuse ? Regular mini fuse ? Just pull it out with the fuse puller tool located in the fuse box compartment . Replace with same number fuse . 5,10 , 20 , 25 etc.. what ever it is . How To Safely Change Blown Fuse
The radio fuse is in the fuse compartment located on the passenger side of the console. Remove the cover on the console and then remove the fuse box cover, search out the radio fuse and inspect to see if it has blown.
In many cases, a blown fuse is the reason a horn does not work. Locate your fuse box. The specific location can be found inside your owner's manual. Inside of the fuse panel, you will find a diagram of the fuses. One of the fuses will say Horn. I recommend changing the fuse. If you do not know a lot about changing fuses, a auto parts store should be able to help you out. Hope this helps!
If you look in the back inside of the machine where the plugin is. There is the power supply/high-voltage transformer. THis provides power to the unit. Next to it should be a fuse. Either a ceramic or a glass bus type fuse. There should be a thin wire inside of the fuse. The wires can break and then the fuse is no longer any good.
In most cases, a failure to heat is caused by a blown thermal fuse or high limit thermostat. Usually it is the fuse, but the fuse may be blown due to a defective
thermostat. To find the location on yourspecific machine (and purchase
the parts) try www.appliancepartspros.com To test the fuse, WITH THE
MACHINE UNPLUGGED, put an ohmmeter or continuity tester across the fuse
with it's wires unhooked. It should have continuity. If it is open,
replace it. If the thermal fuse blows, it is fairly common to find the
dryer vent partially blocked as well. Make sure it is clear. Thermal
fuses are fairly cheap, but you don't want to have to replace it every
There is a circuit diagram on the back of the washer that allowed me to locate the fuse. Take off the rear top plastic panel (behind the folding lid) by removing the two screws on the back. Inside close to the power cord you will find a fuse holder and an in-line ceramic fuse, 125V 12A. I checked mine for continuity and it had blown (as to why, I don't know yet - maybe the motor drew too much current with a large wash load?) - anyways, I replaced the fuse and everything works now!