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  • 150s4 Oct 06, 2007

    hello
    the value off r3106-r3107 /r3117-3118-3119
    thank you

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All resistors & transistor are the parts of power supply connected to switching ckt. so there is a possibility of switching transistor or associated components failure. please check it. if you are in need of schematic it is available at www.serviceinfo.com.

  • Anonymous Oct 07, 2007

    r3106-r3107
    330kohm

    r3117-3118-3119
    47ohm
    hopr this will help

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