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Old 15th May 2011, 04:41 PM   #1
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Default Clarion DPX11500, can't read gate resisitors

I can't make out the gate resistors to the power supply fets.

They are green resistors and to the best of my ability they read green, brown brown, gold, brown. That's 510ohms but that doesn't seem right. Does anyone know what they should be?

The fets are HUF75344Gs and are driven by MPS651s and MPS751s.
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5.11 ohms according to the service manual.
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