How do I remove the multi fuse on my 2011 Camry?

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Asked by Jan 16, 2016 at 11:45 AM about the 2011 Toyota Camry Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I want to check to see if the fuse for my rear defroster is blown but I can't see
how to remove the multi fuse.

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The easiest to remove any fuse is to use a plyers

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This is a multi fuse and is held in by a clip. I tried using pliers and releasing the latch. I pulled somewhat hard but I did not want to force it out and break something. So I was wondering if there was something else holding it down.

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