Question about GE 27938 Cordless Phone
When I plug the base into the wall socket, and then put my handset on the base, the charging light does not come on and the phone will not work. I took the phone apart and have deduced that the problem could be a resistor that has melted. It is so bad that I cannot ascertain what size of resistor that it is(can't tell color code). It is resistor # 110. If anyone could tell me what size of resistor that is, it would be great. I can't ry to charge the handset any ohter way right now because the resistor in question has been removed so that I could test it and make sure that it was blown.
Tell me how large it is (physical dimensions) and I will get you close to its value.
Posted on Jun 10, 2007
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