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all resistors are banded with different colors and each band has a specific value
band colors range from black , purple, orange yellow dark green blue red grey and white and color diagrams and values can be found on the net or from shops like Jaycar
however if you want a schematic diagram if you go google and type in schematic diagram for zed 22fx you may be lucky enough to find a pdf version down load
if such a diagram is unavailable unsolder yours and take it to the shop and have it identified and they will have spares for sale
What is the brand name and model number to your TV? Provide more details please. To give you the proper value of that resistor, i must get its position or part number. for
more information go to http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/. It has schematic diagrams to many popular TVs' power supply. Hopes, it might help you.
To which section circuit you are referring here? Power supply regulator section? If you wish to get some information, check the link below. It has schematic diagrams to Power Supply Regulator sections to some popular brand TVs. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/
I have the same PS - did you ever get a diagram ? I'm after one too....resistor R100 completely blown so I can't read its value but its either 900Ohm or 100Ohm ? We might be able to compare symptoms....
First of all, it is very unlikely that a resistor "burns out" for being defective itself. Usually they are designed to run around 50% of their rated wattag. So they can get hot to the touch but are not over stressed. Therefore, it is more likely that you have something else that caused excessive current to go thru he resistor. So the point is that you can replace the resistor and more than likely it will fail again. You should start with a schematice of the circuit and look for components that could fail in a shorted condition and therefore cause excessive current to go thru the resistor. A schematic will tell you the value of the resistor. I am guessing that it is on a PC board and is therefore "surface mount" style. Look for defects in the board trace causing shorts. A good place to start. Hope you find it. Lots of Luck.