Yes, you can but usually the 250 volt fuse will be physically larger that the 125 volt fuse. You may have trouble getting the 250 volt fuse to fit into the 125 volt's fuse holder.
There are many different reasons why one may choose to replace a fuse with a fuse of another voltage. If you do not have another 125 volt use, you can substitute a 250 volt fuse in many cases.
The fuse rating should be 5 amps
Yes they are the same as you have written the question.
Yes, a 240 volt appliance will work with a 200 volt supply.
No, the applied 110 volt is too high for a 3 volt appliance. The appliance would burn out right away.
Yes, a 220 volt appliance can be installed in your home.
Yes, the appliance is within the acceptable 220 to 240 volt range.
Yes. The voltage rating is the highest amount of voltage that can be legally applied to the fuse. 120 volts falls well within the range of a 250 volt fuse.
If it's a true 120 V only appliance, and not a dual-use appliance it will most likely break immediately. There may be a fuse in the unit, which can be replaced the unit to get it working(with the right voltage) again, or the unit may be permanently destroyed.
Yes, the appliance rating is a nominal voltage withing the 220 to 240 volt range. The 240 volt rating usually represents the maximum amount of voltage that can be applied to the appliance.
That appliance might last longer if you use an eight volt adapter rather than a nine volt adapter.
Yes, the 125 volt rating is the maximum amount of voltage the manufacturer suggests to be applied to the appliance.
Yes, the 265 volts is just the maximum the appliance can handle. You can use it on a 240 volt circuit.
No, the voltage from the adapter should match the voltage required by the appliance.
By code you can not plug a 130 volt appliance into a 220 volt outlet. You need to call a qualified electrician to remove the 220 volt outlet and install a 130 volt outlet in its place.
The 110 appliance will run faster than normal and burn out.
a 6.3 amp 125 volt fuse a 6.3 amp 250 volt or 300 volt is fine with similar time delays depending on application it may be easier to find a 10A it should still protect most of the components
Yes, provide it doesn't exceed the current rating of the breaker or fuse protecting the circuit.