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Old January 10th, 2018, 02:46 PM   #1
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1394C-AM07 dc bus fuse

I have an axis module with its Axis Enabled LED flashing red & green and a fault displayed on the system module of Ax0:Bus Loss.

I found that the fuse in the axis module was blown. The blown fuse is a Bussmann FWP32A14Fa. I suspect it's the correct one but I'd like to check what the recommended fuse is. I've scoured various manuals and Rockwell's literature library but can't find the answer. Does anyone know what it should be or have a suggestion of how to find it?
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