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Most likely replacing that Resistor is not the only problem, do you know how to replace surface mount components?
I can look on a know good unit and see if there is a value or measure it. Surface mount components are not sold like regular electronic parts were.
Disconnect the power, pull the amplifier out by undoing the screws that hold it in. When you pull it out, look closely towards the top there is a little 1.8A fuse. It probably has blown. Replace that and you should be back in business.