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Fuse/Resistors Due to a power surge the 2* 100UK Fuse Resistors have blown, I need to source these Please. Any Idea where I can get them from..NEC cannot supply

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This is a common fault - JVC seem to be poor at building power supplies. I suspect not only IC 5101 has blown but also a resistor underneath the circuit board r5107 (680 ohms 1/16Watt) .

The IC 5101 is a component listed as strg6653. You can get this from - justs search for strg6653.

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