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Diagnosed, fried resistor.

Found a fried resistor, and I am going to replace it. Anything I should be looking out for when replacing it? IE: Anything holding a charge. I am good with a soldering iron, going to solder this beast in, got a matched resistor to replace it. I am no technition but some info would be great thanks.. no lectures please.

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Where is the resistor located and whats it feeding? A resistor will not fry all by itself. Its like a fuse, its there to cook so nothing else does. Sorry to say your taking a big chance by installing a resistor without checking what circuit it is in and whats it feeding. It could possibly cause more damage to the power supply or the sweep supply. Good Luck

Posted on Sep 13, 2006

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