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Old 27th June 2007, 04:12 AM   #1
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Default resistor wattage?

I've seen various schematics on the service manuals and on the net. Some resistors has specified wattage while on others, this is absent.

Can someone tell me what is the "normal" wattage for resistors in the Pass DIY projects?

Thank you.

ps. I tried searching but nothing came up.
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I should guess they will be 0.6 W 1% metal film.
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