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Hi Rodman55

If it is surface mount technology(device) resistors you require, they are available most everywhere electronics parts are sold. What values do you need.
You can get them direct world wide from Farnell Electronics But it may be a little work to sort the one you need. Best measure it up and go by dimensions to pin down the specific one you need. Good luck

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Graeme

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