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Need help with an emx300 mixer/ amp, burnt

I need help with an emx300 mixer/ amp, it is operating but need to replace a burnt resistor that is unidentifiable, it is on the LC90490 BOARD i think it is for power regulation/distribution, about 2 watts, colors are:
brown-black- ??- gold
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Well I can tell it's 1, 0, something at 5%. However that 3rd band is the multiplier so It could be anything 1 ohm to 1 megaohm. The only way to find out is with a circuit diagram. Try having another look around the board, sometimes the same type of resistor is used in another place.
If you can't find one and can't get hold of the diagram try a 1k or a 10k or a 100k resistor etc. One might work!

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