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I do not believe there is a manual. there are instructions on the package. Insert the glue stick and turn on the gun. When the glue melts and the trigger moves glue will come out the front tip. This model has 2 temperatures so if it delivers too fast or runny you can lower the temperature. You pull the trigger to push the glue stick into the heating element to melt the glue. It is pretty straight forward. As the glue stick is consumed you stick in another glue stick. I suggest testing on something before using on your project. Do be careful of the hot end. It will definitely burn you if you touch it and the glue coming out is nearly as hot as the metal.
I have a king surro with a temperature control fault 2 resistors next to power transistor on pcb burnt out I can tell values of any other components on pcb but does anyone have a controller board who can tell me what value resistors are steve-- firstname.lastname@example.org
If the wattage rating is less it will definitely go hot. Resistor overheating may be due to leaky capacitors also. If input voltage is higher also this could happen. If the performance of the TV is fine not to worry.
If smoke comes from the resitor, you have to be alert. If you find the TV performance is OK , you can increase the wattage of the resistor, keeping the same resistor value. Do not flush mount the resistor to the PCB. Mount it at a higher level and solder.