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Excessive brightness with retrace lines


video output ic ny01 shorted, ry04 , ry04a , and ry02a are burned beyond recognition

would like to know the value of these three resistors.

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Here are the values:
RY04 >>>> 68 ohms >>>> 1 Watt
RY04A >>> 47 ohms >>>> 0.5 watt
RY02A >>> 330 Ohms >>> 0.25 Watt.

All resistors should be 5% tolerance.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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