How can i make one 2.2 ohm , 2 watt resistor by puting two smaller ones together, if that can be done, I am trying to fix a tv set that calls for the 2.2, but RadioShack doesnt seel that size, but they do sell smaller sizes
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In the future please be more specific about what you drive. So now I'm going to have to guess what you drive.
OK, 2001 Jetta, three-wire airbag plugs, two wire seatbelt plug (passenger side), four wire seatbelt plug (driver's side). Put in different seats. This is to eliminate the airbag light and restore the order: 1. Connect only positives on airbag plugs with a 4.7Ohm, 1/2 watt, 5% tolerance resistors; 2. Passenger side seatbelt plug: connect with a 2.2K Ohm, 1/2 watt, 5% tolerance resistor; 3. Driver's side seatbelt plug: bundle two positives together (in my case, red and yellow), two negatives together (two browns). Then connect with a 470 Ohm, 1/2 watt, 5% tolerance resistor. 4. Use Vag-Com to clear codes.
yes it should work fine i would bridge them up to 4 ohms each speaker then bridge them back bye conectin them on the amp by puting the red with the red and puting the black with the black if the amp only has 1 chanel then put both speakers red on the same positive on the amp and same with the negative now to bring the ohms up to 4 ohms conect the solid red to the black with dot with a short wire ok then the ones that are not run together will go to the amp giving offf 4 ohms and with the 2 speakers bridged together thay will reduce to 2 ohms witch means that eatch speaker will get about 600 wats of rms from the amp
They have it, they just list it as a 1-4 watt resistor, just order two of the 1-4 watt resistors and they will send a order confirmation inquireing which rating you need for those two items within minutes of your order.
you need to replace both convergence ICs and the six 1 watt feed resistors. The ICs are both STK392-110 and the resistors you need one of each RK42 3.3 ohm 1watt, RK46 1.8 ohm 1watt, RK50 2.7 ohm 1watt, RK54 1.5 ohm 1watt, RK58 3.9 ohm 1watt and RK62 2.2 ohm 1 watt.
You can get replacement ICs and resistors at the following link with free instalation instructions. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
If you look at the Convergence ICs you will notice a row of resistors under the fins of the heat sink. Those are the 4.7 ohm resistors. Also in that same row of resistors you will notice the 6 yellow picos they are all lined up the picos have 4 grouped together then 1 more on each end of that row or resistors.
Okay R939 resistors are 3.3 OHM 2 watt metal film. and R950 are 270 OHM 2 watt metal film. The 3.3 ohm are the most likely. One end has to be unsolderd fro circuit and lifted out to check them if they dont read 3.3 ohm they need to be replaced as they are 5% tolerant resistors. I Cant find the rating for R392 can you tell me the color bands on them and are they the same size as the other two type resistors? The 3.3 are the ones I would check if they read 3.3 they are good but if they dont measure or measure high replace them, and let me know the details on R392 color bands and size.