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Resistor has failed and heated in home theatre amplifier

Yahmah RX-V1070, reisistor component circuit board number R218 has shorted and overheated. The banded coding colours are discoloured on the resistor and I do not know the resistance value of the component.
Can you help?
Kim.

kimrusch@bigpond.com.au

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  • kimrusch Aug 23, 2008

    YAMAHA RX-V1070 home theatre, resistor that has failed and overheated has been removed from the circuit board. The component part on the board is R218, but because of the heat, the colour coded banding on the resistor has faded and is unreadable. Can anyone advise what reisistance value this component has?



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According to the service manual, R218 is a flame proof carbon resistor of value: 4.7Kohm 1/4Watt

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