The fuse from my microwave blew out last week. I removed the fuse and measured it with a multimeter to confirm the problem (It was measuring as infinite resistance)
The fuse cap reads the following: 15A/250VP. At the beginning of this string there is an F symbol encased in an L with a full stop at the end:
From what I understand the F is to show that its a fast acting fuse but I have no idea what the L under it means. I am also unsure what the P at the end of the string (250 VP) means.
The fuse seems to be ceramic and measures 31mm x 6mm. Searching for a replacement online I found this:
Would somebody be able to confirm if this is a suitable replacement? I'm mostly concerned about safety as i'm assuming that a wrong fuse can cause a serious problem down the line.
Any help is much appreciated.