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I replaced pwr connector with a great deal of trouble, lost resistor R298 and R299 I would like to know what sizes they are. Thank you in advance if you could help.

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Hi,
You didn't mentioned the exact model of the motherboard. Well it's better to find actual value of the resistance through this calculator.

http://www.electronics-lab.com/articles/basics/resist/index.html


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Hassan

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