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I am having a big problem finding those six(6) diodes i think hidefdad said "(located at spots D-7011 thru D-7016)" can someone help I'm going blind looking at all the little yellow numbers. Or I might be looking in the wrong spot.

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Theyre not Diodes, Theyre resistors and they are R-7011-R7016 they are all 2.2 ohm 2watt metal film resistors

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