Originally Posted by TheAttorney
When I was a little lad, there was The Persuaders on TV. Roger Moore (Aston Martin) and Tony Curtis (Dino) doing the cross Atlantic buddy thing with cars, villains and pretty girls.
I LOVED the Dino in that series, so was mortified to later read that Tony hated it (can't remember why, but guessing he preferred something bigger and softer).
These days, the Dino looks, erm, classic, but in those days it was so now!.
This TV series was one of my favorites in the seventies... When I watch it today, it seems really outdated, cheap and tedious to me. Life is a sad thing. BTW, this picture was shot in the parking lot of Nice airport, during the first episode of the series, where Roger Moore rides down the Corniche to Monte-Carlo.
Back to your fuse tweak: did you try to suppress the fuse by replacing it with, for instance, a copper chunk that fits the fuse stand (the part that holds the fuse)? Fuses are useful to protect rigs that are designed for 100 - 130 V, in case they would be plugged to 240 V mains. But with 240 V-designed (or set) hardware, there should be no problem. I will test it on my SR007-tII as soon as I get the proper copper chunk. I know that fuses may cause a SQ problem.