The fuse on one of my commercial printers blew. See picture below. I am planning on replacing it but cannot find an exact fit. The closest I can find is another 400mA / 72v fuse that is labelled as "radial" instead of being the usual ones found in a main board.
This fuse leads directly to the printer's piezoelectric printhead, so it's important. It's a very expensive part to replace (around 1,800 USD for the part + labor).
Here's a link to the closest fuse I can find in terms of mA and voltage: https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/bourns-inc/MF-RX040-72-0/2045641
And here's an apples to apples (in terms of looks) fuse I found that doesn't match the requirements exactly. Its indeed 400mA but only at 50 volts DC. https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/SF-0603F040-2/SF-0603F040-2CT-ND/8747908?itemSeq=354051583
I'm a beginner at this and I really appreciate any help offered.