In an effort to save me some hassle because of my own stupidity and crossing the leads, and also not wanting to pay 5 + 10 shipping on a fuse the size of a tick, I decided to source out a suitable replacement fuse on my own.
All I knew was that their fuses come from Australia where their parts are assembled. The fuse is a ceramic SMD fuse that has a rating of 5A. Used a set of digital calipers to verify the size, etc. Well, I found an acceptable replacement for $0.68ea + $2-3 shipping.
Tested it myself and works. If you don't know how to get to it, you have to remove the allen screws and use a pair of tweezers or needle nose pliers to remove and replace the fuse on the circuit board.
Digikey part #: 507-1053-1-ND
Manufacture: Bel Fuse Inc
Manufacture part #: SSQ 5
Current Rating: 5A
Voltage Rating: 125V
And before anyone freaks out, 125v is acceptable. Electrical engineering bull crap.
Digi-Key - 507-1053-1-ND (Bel Fuse Inc - SSQ 5)
If you find this information useful, good luck on the rest of your install. :lol: