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I have a burned resistor on the Power board of a HP LE2201w Monitor. I need to know what the vaule of that resistor was. It's location is either R316, R616 or R816, It's burned on the board so I can't clearly see it.It is right (left) next TP804. Thank you.

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    Savage_Amusement Oct 10, 2013

    It is a 2k resistor just in case if anyone ever has this issue. It is also a R816 and should match the R815 resistor.

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SOURCE: Hello. I have a problem with a resistor in the

R616 = 4.7K OHM


Part Number = 61L0603472



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