Is it possible to replace a radial fuse T5A 250V with a Glass or Ceramic Fuse 5A 250V? It's for a power supply for a LED TV.
The T in T5A suggests it's a slow acting 5A fuse, using a regular 5A fuse you may see it pop more often when powering on. You're best off replacing like for like.
Electrically, the rating of the fuse is more important than the shape.
You'd need to use a
T 5A 250V fuse, but yeah if you can fit a leaded axial fuse and it doesn't foul the nearby components you could use that. Perhaps mounted hairpin style, or maybe you can fit a fuse-holder off board etc.