can anyone help please. is a fuse a conductor or insulator of electricity. i say a conductor and my friend an insulator.

many thanks

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It all depends on the state of the fuse. Normally it is a conductor (how the heck do you think the electricity gets to the other side?), but when it blows, it is no longer a conductor.

Charles Perry P.E.

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Charles Perry

A fuse is just the smallest conductor in a circuit so if something overheats and blows open it is the fuse.

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