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Resistor with 2 lines only
« on: January 23, 2019, 07:05:56 pm »
hey circuit guys and gals.

i am trying to fix a old (v1) master system and it has a resistor busted away from the pcb, however the resistor only has two stripes - black and red. i read how a single line resistor means it is just wire (used so robots can solder it in) but cant find anything about ones with two lines. is it the same ie. just a piece of wire???

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