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GE 15 Amp Type S/SL Time Delay Fuse (2-Pack)


15 Amp Type S/SL Time Delay Fuse (2-Pack)

  • Protects home electronics from powerful surge overload
  • Time-delay prevents power surges from unnecessarily blowing fuse
  • Designed to screw into adapters of the same amperage
$4.73 /each

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Product Overview

Type S/SL fuses are designed for use in circuits found in motorized appliances and equipment such as washers, dryers, furnaces or air conditioners. The time delay feature of this fuse prevents temporary power surges from blowing the fuse. Type-S/SL Fuses are engineered only to screw into adapters of the same Amperage in the fuse holders. This prevents mismatching and the possibility of over-fusing a circuit.




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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you enter change GE 15 TL wth GE 15 D

Asked by: kk
No, this item is a GE 15 amp S/SL time delay fuse and is not interchangeable with T, TL or other base type fuses.
Answered by: Tech Support
Date published: 2017-02-22

Why do the s and the sl not work in the same hole

Asked by: dave
Hello dave, Great question and Thank you for your interest in our 15 Amp Type S/SL Time Delay Fuse! Our GE 15Amp S/SL Time Delay type fuses are fuses with rejection based threads which prevent a larger amp fuse from being used. It is a possibility that you have an Edison based fuse. If this is the case, our GE #18252—15Amp T/TL fuse has Edison base threads. Warning: you must match the correct amperage fuse to your application when using the Edison based plug fuses. We are here to answer any question you have, so if you have any further questions, we encourage you to respond or contact our Customer Support through phone or email. Thank you, ByJasco Tech Support (Manufacturer)
Answered by: Tech Support
Date published: 2017-04-06

What is difference between S Fuses and SL Fuses?

I am replacing a FUSTAT S 15 amp fuse. The Buss SL 15 amp fuse does not work.
Asked by: kathec
The s fuse is slow burning, allowing a temporary overage sick as when a vacuum cleaner starts. The side effect is that it will allow over amperage on a running circuit, as well as on start up. The sl is similar in application, but differs in design by having dual fuse lines, allowing for a closer match in running amperage,whole still allowing over amperage on startup.
Answered by: KnockNrod
Date published: 2016-01-03
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