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Posted Wed Aug 21, 2013, 11:29pm
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Anyone know if I can use this, instead of the normal thermalfuse on a Isomac?

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Posted Thu Aug 22, 2013, 7:15am
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I don't see why not. If it will handle the current then it is just a higher quality/feature/ priced (not a bad thing just more expensive than "stock") way to protect the machine. A lot of machines have manual reset thermal safety switches, this one is just automatic resetting after power off/ cool down/ power on.

 
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Posted Thu Aug 22, 2013, 6:39pm
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calblacksmith Said:

I don't see why not. If it will handle the current then it is just a higher quality/feature/ priced (not a bad thing just more expensive than "stock") way to protect the machine. A lot of machines have manual reset thermal safety switches, this one is just automatic resetting after power off/ cool down/ power on.

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So true. I'm familiar with the manual ones but haven't found a good one with the right temperature setting. I was thinking this would be better, and not having to deal with soldering or change anything if it's get to hot.

If anyone out there have done a similar upgrade and tested it, let us know.
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