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CT-27SX11E Fixed but need advice on R value

I fixed this set the fault was R801 suerge resistor in the supply line now need some advice the original value of the resistor was 1.5 ohmes 7watts since i din't have 7watts i replaced with 1.5 ohms 5watts is this ok. thankyou.

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I have already responded to your first question in relation to the Ohms and wattage,It worries me that maybe you can not see an answer to that question.The wattage rating should be the same or highier.

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