Can you identify this component. I think it is a fuse.
It is 5 mm long and 2.5 mm in diameter.
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It is probably a diode of some sort. The case seems to be a DO-213AB plastic casing (more exactly: molded epoxy over glass body) with two marking bands. One is typically used to give information about type and polarity (the white one) and the other about voltage rating (the red one).
Question is, what type exactly. I've found for example 1N6479 from Vishay. The markings would translate into:
But I'm almost certain that you can find a different type with the same markings out there somewhere. If it is a working diode, you could try and measure some of it's parameters and see if it fits.