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Surface resistor Hey I have a asus 1001ha, but the motherboard says 1005ha, around the input power plug, there are three small surface resistors the smallest on the bottom has blown, and I wanted to know where I can find the voltage for that resistor so I an replace it without damaging the rest of the board.

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Resistors are not sold by voltage, but by their resistance and the max power they can dissipate. The value is usually printed on it as a three digit number (e.g. 473 means 47000 ohms). If you cannot read anything - you said its blown - youre out of luck. You could find someone else with the same PC and look at his motherboard.
Anyway - if a resistor is blown, there is a reason for it. It is not a bomb, so it wont blow on itself. Probably something in your PC is defective, which causes the resistor to blow.

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and then take that over to a qualified laptop tech for soldering.

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