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VIA VENEZIA, DEAD DIODE ? NOT TURNING ON AT ALL.

My machine, Via Venezia, died totally and I did find a definite problem to it. I found that the electronic element (possibly a diode ??) that is located on a live wire (brown) going directly to the turn-on switch has stopped functioning. This element had a transparent plastic sleeve around it. I cannot read much off of it, possibly it says R 162C, it looks like a small metal cylinder, 0.5 inch long. What is it ? What are the parameters so I can buy it and replace it. A wiring diagram would be helpful. I found a wiring diagram here on the net posted earlier but the resolution is so low I cannot read off of it, not the details at least. Thank you.

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