The output fuses -high voltage- at back-RHS are -100 MA on a 240V unit. While the mains input fuse will have a higher value than the UK models the output will not change.
The actual current drain is around -60 MA [as tested on mine] If you change the fuses [which in mine] are the older long design keep in mind that the more modern short fuses
have a higher series resistance due in part to their short length and that different types are available -surge resistant/quick blow etc and that the working voltage must be taken into
account . Personally I have never had a problem with them other than a couple of times working on the 727-1 / 727-11 I blew them.
While silver is a good conductor after a while it tarnishes /gold is not so good as silver but it resists tarnishing / annealed copper is very good
The "golden Ears" in the UK advise filing them every so often for better contact .
What I don't like is the cheap PCB clips to hold them in-money saving exercise.
Under a microscope the parallel connections look bad. where as the modern shorter ones bite sideways [90 degrees] which is MUCH better[ the connection is a correct
engineering job] If you thought of fitting the short ones buy ONLY the industrial versions-high impact plastic/high quality grip.sockets