MTX RT4240 - Component help

Zookz

Member
2013-04-15 1:36 am
Geogia
First, I'd like to say this is my first post here! And secondly, I was wondering if anyone had a MTX RT4240 amplifier that they would be able to open up and give me the value of a component? I contacted MTX and asked but they were unable to give me the value. It was completely blown and unrecognizable as far as color codes. The resistive value when read with a dmm was ~31ohms. Since there are no visible marks left I am unable to determine the correct value.
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Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is the only thing left to finish this amp.
 
First, I'd like to say this is my first post here! And secondly, I was wondering if anyone had a MTX RT4240 amplifier that they would be able to open up and give me the value of a component? I contacted MTX and asked but they were unable to give me the value. It was completely blown and unrecognizable as far as color codes. The resistive value when read with a dmm was ~31ohms. Since there are no visible marks left I am unable to determine the correct value.
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Any help would be greatly appreciated as this is the only thing left to finish this amp.

Resistors often go "up" in value. I don't think I've ever seen one go down. I'd guess it was a 22 or 27 ohm resistor.