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No sound from speaker

After I unplugged the sppeaker from the wall socket and plugged it back in after I moved it to another location, the speaker no longer produced sound. I opened it up and it looks like a resister is burned out. I need to find the value of it so I can get another one and replace it. Any idea where I can get the value of it. It is resister number R830. Thank you!

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Re: No sound from speaker

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c860 is Part # 113616400 $2.14
r830 is Part # 121284900 $2.14

Posted on Dec 29, 2008

Re: No sound from speaker

Replace R830 and 831. They are 4.7 ohm 5% 1/4w fusible.

Check thermisitors THP 801 & 802.

c860 is listed as 082 mf 5% 50v. This was changed but I dont have the new part number.

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