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Is there a fuse in a bathroom extractor fan?

When installing a bathroom or toilet fan with an overrun timer, my normal method is to run a 3-core & E cable from the existing light to a 3-pole fan isolator, then on to the fan. The fan must be protected by a 3-amp fuse according to most manufacturers.

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