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Bush ws7680 tv pcb

Pcb has blown resistor (R617) can it be replaced and what causes it to blow

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    resistor in power supply R617 is FJ660P may i know the value ?

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Yes it can be replaced if you know the value in ohms and watts and you can use a soldering iron.
Resistors normally blow because of excessive current flow sometimes caused by downstream or upstream components that have shorted out or are being overloaded beyond what they are rated at.
Sometimes (but rarely) they just blow for no reason.

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