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Old 23rd March 2016, 11:04 PM   #1
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Default Help in identifying the type resistors

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What is it these resistors
I took them to a laptop Dell XPS
Not working
Are they worth something ????? .
At least from the board of the computer extricated 20 large values tantalum
capacitors 10uf 50uf 330uf 220uf 550uf.....
Then I saw these heavy resistors Meter when measured value is very low
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More specifically, switching power supply inductors,
R45 = 0.45uH
1R0 = 1uH
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More specifically, switching power supply inductors,
R45 = 0.45uH
1R0 = 1uH
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