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Pico fuses what do the pico fuses look like im not sure what im looking at

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The pico fuses look simular to resistors but are a solid color and has the value writen on it. the component location will start with "F" (Fxxx) or in some cases "PR" (PRxxx). F stands for Fuse and PR stands for PRotect.

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Appreciate the direct "Ask Me'.

Based on your original post, only the STK ICs were replaced. Presumably 392-040, the surrounding resistors and pico fuses could very well have been affected as well. Depending on the board revision (pls confirm location numbering on the actual board), the resistors could be:
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Although these are good pictures they don't show a great deal of detail... But picture 1 & 2 at the far left, above where the two sets of blue wires are plugged in - looks like a pico piggy-backed on top of another pico... Sometimes it's easier than desoldering the original pico just to piggy back them in this fashion - but it's not a good practice.
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