Mr. Pinball Tip:

Another solution for temporary fuses for debugging is to build a fuse/breaker. Go to Radio Shack or other electronics store and pick up a mini breaker, 5 or 10 amp, or whatever rating you need. Solder the connections to a spent fuse. Be sure that you connect the two in such a way that the breaker is just on one side, parallel to the fuse so that the fuse/breaker can be easily inserted and removed from a typical fuse holder without problem.

Note that the mini breakers have a voltage rating, usually around 30-50 volts. You will not be able to use a mini breaker on circuits where the voltage is higher than the breaker's rating.
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