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Panasonic PT51HX41E Resistor values

What are the values and wattage of the rseistors that need replaced around the STK-392-110 and how many ?

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Re: Panasonic PT51HX41E Resistor values

You probly wont have to replace any resistors ,use STK392-180s.

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