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Burnt resistor please sir if any body help me to solve the problem because in my monitor iewsonic e55 vcdts21914-2p two resistors R206 and R207 burnt no colour coding is visibel please help me to find the value of resistors. Thanks Shahid Nadeem

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You have to check what could cause these resistors to be burnt. It might be because of caps or IC. Unfortunately, I don't have this type of circuit board. If you cannot find it, try with the same value of resistors that are placed close to these fault resisters.

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