fuse block


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fuse block

[′fyüz ‚bläk]
(electricity)
An insulating base on which are mounted fuse clips or other contacts for fuses. Also known as fuseboard.

fuse board

A panel on which fuse holders (such as “fuse clips”) are mounted.
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