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I'm servicing an NAD 7020. C414, a 47uF 10V cap has blown up and probably
caused some adjacent resistors, R434, R422, and R432 to burn up. Can anyone
id these resistors?

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On Tue, 9 Dec 2008 13:37:14 -0800, "David Farber"
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I'm servicing an NAD 7020. C414, a 47uF 10V cap has blown up and probably
caused some adjacent resistors, R434, R422, and R432 to burn up. Can anyone
id these resistors?

Thanks for your reply.


A free service manual is available here (after registering):
http://www.hifiengine.com/manuals/nad/7020.shtml

R432 = 1/4W carbon 15K +/-5%
R434 = 1/4W carbon 820R +/-5%
R422 = 1/4W carbon 680R +/-5%

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On Tue, 9 Dec 2008 13:37:14 -0800, "David Farber"
put finger to keyboard and composed:

I'm servicing an NAD 7020. C414, a 47uF 10V cap has blown up and probably
caused some adjacent resistors, R434, R422, and R432 to burn up. Can

anyone
id these resistors?

Thanks for your reply.


A free service manual is available here (after registering):
http://www.hifiengine.com/manuals/nad/7020.shtml

R432 = 1/4W carbon 15K +/-5%
R434 = 1/4W carbon 820R +/-5%
R422 = 1/4W carbon 680R +/-5%

- Franc Zabkar
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Great find!

Thanks for your reply.
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David Farber's Service Center
L.A., CA



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