Arrgh yes easy to spot and to replace... Check what they say on them.
I got replacements from Maplins either order online or get from a lcoal store. I really cannot remember the strength will ahve to check online I was thinking something like 6.3a "slow-blow" or "time-lag" whatever you want to call them.
Sorry got that wrong, these were for a RMB 991 not a 1075 so might be different strength for the 1075. So check the 1075 I would guess they might be a bit smaller.
THanks again. I think I have found the problem though. I took the top off again and the rear input connector has 2 gold legs which attatch it to the board. These have been snapped off their solder points.
Looks like a simple repair for someone able. I'm not going to do it myself as I'm not confident enough with the soldering iron.
Any idea who would repair such a thing? I guess I'll get hold of B&W for further advice.
Yeah, well I'm figuring in my part of the world the local electrical shop may well be the authorised repairer. I think it needs a new part that's all. The actual legs on the socket are broken clean off and I don't fancy someone thinking a bit of wire will do. I would also like it to be given a quick check over to make sure nothing else has been damaged.