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Old 4th March 2004, 01:42 AM   #1
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Unhappy resistors, capacitors, etc. NEED MORE INFO!

i need help with schematics.. the guy at radio shack says there's not enough info about the wattage of resistors and other stuff that he needs so he can get the parts i need. its really annoyin cause theres no schematic online that has that info... is there a way to find the other information on the schematic, but it just aint obvious?
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Old 4th March 2004, 12:41 PM   #2
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Maybe if you could post the schematic we could figure it out?

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Old 4th March 2004, 09:29 PM   #3
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well heres a part of it:
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Try a link Or just describe the circuit in words...
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That's what you get for shopping at Radio Shack.

Use 1W resistors for the plates, 1/2 watt for cathodes, grid and EQ resistors can be anything small (1/4 watt will be fine). Anything else, actually take the trouble to use Ohm's Law to estimate the power dissipated, then double that for a safety margin. It's OK to use 1W where 1/4 watt is needed but not vice versa!
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well i think i got it this time

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