Dunco Mod II-66 C/Fuse

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  1. husman

    husman Member

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    Hello!

    I recently bought a second-hand Dunco Mod II-66 C. The problem is that the power supply (230v/110w, non-Stabilized) didn’t come with a fuse and there are no markings on the unit, can anyone tell me the correct value of the fuse?

    Regards
    Anders
     
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  3. husman

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    Thank you for the link, I’ve sent them a mail.

    But if someone knew the value of the fuse, please tell me so I can use the enlarger this weekend.

    /Husman
     
  4. naaldvoerder

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    The fuse in my dunco enlarger-transformer says 250V/1,25A

    JJ
     
  5. husman

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    Thank you naaldvoerder !

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    1,25A slow , is the right value for the fuse.

    Best regards,

    Robert


    www.FotohuisRoVo.nl

    (Dunco distributor for the Netherlands)
     
  7. naaldvoerder

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    Husman,

    When you have got things running can you tell me what you think of the Dunco?
    I use one to and I'm curious what you think...

    JJ
     
  8. husman

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    I get back in a couple of days.

    But it feels like a sturdy and well made enlarger and I like the modular system. The baseboard (40x50) could have been larger, but I will probably wall mount it, so it’s really no problem.

    But I compare it with my 20 year old Krokus 67, and it’s like comparing a BMW to a LADA …

    /Husman
     
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