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    Default RTA 12 fuse

    3,4,5 amps?
    Hell to go through to find out something simple like that.

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    We make it easy. In the following link you will find the schematics for your model, which will tell you the proper fuse value.

    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38755
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    Look at the rta 12b orig pdf on the RTA list (3/4 amp)
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