Don't fix what isn't broken. Unlike beakers, many fuses are quicker
to act/protect in over current conditions. So fuses are used more
often in sensitive equipement today.
However in residential conditions, people often defeat the protection
of a fuse with the addition of a penny or foil, so many insurance
companies charge higher rates for fused panels, and some might want
you to upgrade.
So check with your insurance company, you don't want it slipping
through the cracks that you have a fused panel, and later having the
company say they wont cover for an accident.
tom @ www.NoCostAds.com
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