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  • Newark Part No.: 09WX6681
  • Manufacturer Part No G4A01098C

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  • Functioning Temperature: 98°C
  • Fuse Current: 10A
  • Fuse Terminals: Ferrule
  • Holding Temperature: 73°C
  • Product Range: MICROTEMP G4 Series
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Voltage Rating VAC: 250V

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Hi, I'm trying to fix my portable heater "AKO" and found out that there's no continuity from the live source wire going to heater core. In between, there's heat shield/wrap and after exposing it, noticed a some kind of fuse with values of temp. 98c, part no. G4A01, Microtemp is the maker I think. Upon looking at your datasheet, I noticed that there's a holding temperature and though I was looking at similar part no. with correct temp of 98c, the voltage says 250v...not sure if this is the right part that I'm looking for. I'd like to be precise because this is heater I'm dealing with. Please advise.
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I am not an expert, but I believe it should work.

Are you sure about the 98C part? A thermal fuse needs to be rated higher than the temp you are trying to heat to, but not so high that the heating element will cause something to melt. At 98C, you are probably going to blow the fuse every time you try to boil water. You might want to look for something rated a little higher. In the water heater i just fixed, it had a thermal fused rated at 192C.
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