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Samsung fuseable resistoir needed

I have looked and looked for a 3.9 hmz 1/2 watt fuseable resistor can anybody track one down for me.

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You can get the 3.9 1/2 watt fusible here but they have a 10.00 minimum order to qualify for free shipping so you may want to leave them a email if your order doesnt total 10.00
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