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Must find out WHY, resistor, is OPEN, unusual to spontaneously fail. Must check, power supply..Usually something else, is short circuit, and is drawing too much current over that resistor, causing it to overheat and damage it'self. So you MUST find why this happens. Sometimes, resistors, if overheated too many times will simply fail after a certain amount of time.. Must check that too. Look at other similar resistors see if look the same measure same etc, get overall feel if all good, or all bad or if just that one.

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