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Resistor cheap repair? help
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I´m planning to repair the small part of the resistor that is damaged. (red mark on the photo)

Did anyone ever try to that? Is that small electronic component easy to find on any  specialized electronics shop?

Thanks people


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Why would you bother? You can get them for less than £10 on ebay, and usually the spade terminals where the plug connects get burnt making it not really repairable.
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If you are on a mission try RS Components or even a friendly TV repair man to supply the component ( mine is very friendly and enjoys the diversity and interest plus saves on shipping ).
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This link may be of help to you,

http://www.heaterblowerresistor.co.uk/ci...istor.html

Good luck,

Mark
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^^^ Bargain !
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(01-05-2016, 02:58 PM)Col Wrote:  Why would you bother? You can get them for less than £10 on ebay, and usually the spade terminals where the plug connects get burnt making it not really repairable.

You have a good point.
I haven´t manage to find the right part on ebay yet...

Appreciate

Check the look of my extracted part... a mess!  6 years old, living near the ocean. And I already had to change the blower motor once because of the rust.


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(01-05-2016, 07:36 PM)geoff Wrote:  If you are on a mission try RS Components or even a friendly TV repair man to supply the component ( mine is very friendly and enjoys the diversity and interest plus saves on shipping ).

I´ll definitly try to do that. But meanwhile I will try to order a new part from the ebay.
The problem is to find the right one. It hasn´t been easy...
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Peugeot ones are the same.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FOR-PEUGEOT-20...SwVFlUJoeB
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(01-05-2016, 07:36 PM)geoff Wrote:  If you are on a mission try RS Components or even a friendly TV repair man to supply the component ( mine is very friendly and enjoys the diversity and interest plus saves on shipping ).


Appreciate.

To find a new component like that smal one I need to know it´s power, ohm (resistivity)...any important feature to equal the old one....big quest ahead.

I´m almost giving up and order a new part from Poland for 50eur (postage inclu.) In Portugal, it´s about 75eur.

But still trying to find cheaper solution.

Thanks for all the help


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