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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
RK62 is a 2.2ohm 1 watt metal oxide resistor hitachi part number 0700054M any 2.2ohm 1 watt resistor will work although it does have to be metal oxide(flame resistant) for safety purposes.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
take a look and get the resistor number printed on the pcb. i might be able to give you what you're asking for.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
First of all, it is very unlikely that a resistor "burns out" for being defective itself. Usually they are designed to run around 50% of their rated wattag. So they can get hot to the touch but are not over stressed. Therefore, it is more likely that you have something else that caused excessive current to go thru he resistor. So the point is that you can replace the resistor and more than likely it will fail again. You should start with a schematice of the circuit and look for components that could fail in a shorted condition and therefore cause excessive current to go thru the resistor. A schematic will tell you the value of the resistor. I am guessing that it is on a PC board and is therefore "surface mount" style. Look for defects in the board trace causing shorts. A good place to start. Hope you find it. Lots of Luck.
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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