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Old 27th August 2005, 06:17 PM   #1
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OK! So I screwed up one 4780 board & Brian generoously sent me another. However I had to order some new components because I couldn't remove them from the old board without damaging them. Hoowever when I took delivery of my 22K resistors they were/ are to big for the board. Where do I get the smaller ones from? I looked on Digikey & Mouser but it's not clear to me which ones are the right size.

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OK! So I screwed up one 4780 board & Brian generoously sent me another. However I had to order some new components because I couldn't remove them from the old board without damaging them. Hoowever when I took delivery of my 22K resistors they were/ are to big for the board. Where do I get the smaller ones from? I looked on Digikey & Mouser but it's not clear to me which ones are the right size.

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Drop me an e-mail, and I can send you some resistors. I have plenty of extras sitting around.

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Old 19th September 2005, 08:02 PM   #4
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Stil looking.. Does anyone have any suggestions where I might find these resistors? The wife is getting tired of seeing the half finished amplifire sitting on her kitchen counter & I'm afraid it'll be missing when I come home from work one day.


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