Question about Samsung TXJ2767 27" TV
Found a fried resistor, and I am going to replace it. Anything I should be looking out for when replacing it? IE: Anything holding a charge. I am good with a soldering iron, going to solder this beast in, got a matched resistor to replace it. I am no technition but some info would be great thanks.. no lectures please.
Where is the resistor located and whats it feeding? A resistor will not fry all by itself. Its like a fuse, its there to cook so nothing else does. Sorry to say your taking a big chance by installing a resistor without checking what circuit it is in and whats it feeding. It could possibly cause more damage to the power supply or the sweep supply. Good Luck
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