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Power supply burned out (Model: ZN1792-F2)

The power supply has a lot of burned resisters that is not possible identify the values.
The ones are not possible to identify are: R23, R24, R9, R7. Can anybody help me on this?

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The resistor is a low ohm, probably in the smps, and the fact that it heated up was probably due to a short in the regulator. This is one you'll need to have serviced because of all the equipment you'll need to trace and diagnose the problem..

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