Is it possible to replace a fuse with a thin copper wire within a short period of time when the fuse is blown out?
No, copper wire, let it melt, broken when the required temperature is too high, because of his high melting point, so this time the wire has been burned out, so it can not afford to protect the line
Can temporarily replace, but not long time. The fuse is the use of this kind of low melting point of tin metal, is because it can be used to electrical equipment and electrical circuit protection, when the excessive current load, may damage the circuit. But if the tin fuse, low melting point, when the current is too large when the fuse, can protect electrical appliances. The copper melting point is far higher than the current is still not large tin, fuse, electrical damage. If you can't find it for the time being, you can use copper wire instead of it, but change it as soon as possible after you find it.
You want to?! The fuse is broken, the temperature is already high, but the copper wire is still running. The wire is long enough for the temperature