Re: Component marked TH101 on overlay



N Cook wrote:
In series to the DC supply to a Yamaha P120 piano , 0.1 ohm or less even
warming with a soldering iron, so not a thermistor.
It is yellow epoxy cased and about 8mm sqare like a plate capacitor
marked
HFBA CHINA
UF250 or UF25C with logo of V superimposed over an upturned V and then 3e

I assume its a working order fuse , but value 2.5 amps ?
The supply is rated 16V, 2.4A


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Maybe a thermal fuse? "TH101" would suggest to me a thermistor (resistance seems a bit low.),or other 'thermal' component.
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