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IOD fuse removal

MY REC display keeps turning on and off, so am wanting to change out the IOD 28 radio fuse. How is this removed from the holder ? It lifts up, but I don't see any tabs for removal.

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Re: IOD fuse removal

Got it, put on my glasses and then saw that once you raise the holder, how the top of the holder flips up from the front and is hinged on the rear, exposing the top of the fuse. Then you can push one of the fuse legs up with a screwdriver to remove it. The fuse legs were surface corroded just a bit, which seemed to have caused the intermittent issues with the display screen going on and off. Dealer would have charged $100. LOL
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