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Fried resistor, need value for R801

I fried the resistor right next to the headphone input jack at the front of the board. I want to replace it but cannot tell the resistor value because it is so badly burned. What is the value for this resistor?

If it matters I fried it by plugging the headphone output jack into an external powered speaker system.

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Brown/ Black/ Brown/ Gold It is a 100 ohm +/- 5%

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