That's ok. I know how it is! :) And as luck has it, I don't have R5106 listed, sorry, but since I asked for the model #, I felt I should at least reply back & mention that to all out of courtesy. Someone here will have the info and post it. -Clint http://orpheuscomputing.com http://orpheuscomputing.com/domain-names.html Clint Hamilton, Owner Orpheus Audio/Video & Computing Tech-Assist Administration http://tech-assist.org techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx ----- Original Message ----- From: "Stephen Senn" <sws0654@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2001 4:40 Subject: [TechAssist] Re: need value of R 5106 JVC VCR Sorry, I feel like an idiot. The model number is HR-VP673U. I thought I did include it ,but I think i got distracted when I typed the original. Thanks, Stephen "TechAssist Admin." wrote: > Stephen, you must include a model # of the JVC VCR if you > want an R value. > -Clint > > Tech-Assist Administration > http://tech-assist.org > techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "sws0654" <sws0654@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2001 4:32 > Subject: [TechAssist] Re: need value of R 5106 JVC VCR > > Guys, > > All I need is information on the resistor. I don't know > if it is metal > film or what. The bands on the resistor tell me .39 ohm. It > is the size of > a regular 1/4 watt, but since it is near the FET, I don't > know if it is a > special resistor. > > Thanks, > Stephen > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Rafael Gallegos <gallegra@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> > To: <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> > Sent: Tuesday, August 07, 2001 4:17 PM > Subject: [TechAssist] Re: need value of R 5106 JVC VCR > > > > > that sounds like a very silly approach to find out the > value of a burnt = > > resistor since it may not work in many cases.=20 > > I'm sure that many techs have seen that when resistors get > burnt their = > > value changes considerably, it usually goes up in value. > > > > Rafael. > > > > >>> ragmandati@xxxxxxxx 08/07/01 12:40AM >>> > > > > ************* > > ************* > > Hi all. > > I see very often technicians in trouble because of > > burned resistors. > > The first time i had this problem ( many years ago) I > > was a sort of deperate,but the solution was an easy > > one: > > -scrap off part of the resistor with a sharp knife or > > similar,measure the res. from one of the legs > > gradually toward the centre until the meter reads > > infinite (it usually breaks in the middle),multiply > > per 2 ,if the break is not in the centre add the ohmic > > value obtained measuring from the other leg. > > ALBERTO > > Help make your TechAssist online repair tips database better! Submit your fixes here: http://geocities.com/circuit_work/tip/#tips To unsubscribe write to: techassist-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in the subject line.