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Furman PL PRO fused resistor
Old 3 weeks ago
  #1
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Furman PL PRO fused resistor

I've got 2 Furmans with the same issue. Resistor R4 has fused.

I am trying to replace it but it is pretty hard to read what are the two middle values.

Any good soul out there who could send me a photo of this resistor so I can pick the right value?
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Old 3 weeks ago
  #2
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Looks like the filter and overvoltage board.

It might be helpful to provide the model you have, as well as a higher resolution pic of that resistor. The corrosion on the lower and upper right corners would be concerning.

Also, that capacitor to the lower left of the transformer appears swollen, indicating it could stand replacement.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Hi, thanks for your reply.

I've attached some photos.

There is no corrosion, that is just some sort of dark brown glue they applied to hold components and lock fasteners.

I am pretty sure the resistor have fused and on the way pulverised the markings.

You could read:

- Brown, Orange, Orange, Gold -> 13K
- Brown, Yellow, Yellow, Gold -> 140k

On a DMM they read 3MOhms and 8MOhms. To get up to that value multiplier should be either green or blue but as I said the thing has pulverised so I would not trust those markings.
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