Feb 5 2005, 04:46 AM
I was performing the extender mod and this mod requires you to solder on both sides of the resistor called R3G3. I have done some searching and it appears this may be a 10k resistor. I tried bridging the circuit to no avail. Also, when this circuit popped off it removed a part of the embeded wire on the board so i have nothing to solder to. I have a v1.1 board. Does anyone know where I can pick this wire up at another point? Also, is R3G3 a 10k resistor? Where can I buy one? Radio Shack? This is a link that show what I am talking about.http://www.teamxtender.com/modules.php?op=...&artid=1&page=3
Feb 5 2005, 09:24 AM
Yup, that's a 10K resistor.
I do repairs if you're interested (link in sig).
you should be able to use a short length of 30 Ga wire to bridge the traces (look to the repairs section on my site for some examples).
Feb 7 2005, 04:10 PM
I was working on v1.3 box and I burnt off the R3G3 resistor. So I did some research and found a site that said that I should use a 1k ohm resistor. I put it in and it powered on fine. Is this a huge problem? Although I tried doing the same to a v1.0 that had the R3G3 burnt off and it didn't work.
Feb 7 2005, 04:35 PM
network Boy has given the correct value. the resistor is 10K.
I have the same problem with the R2G10 resistor. Could anybody tell me the correct value for the R2G10 resistor (v1.0) ?
Feb 7 2005, 07:18 PM
47 ohm on a 1.4 mobo
Feb 7 2005, 08:00 PM
QUOTE(menelik @ Feb 7 2005, 06:24 PM)
If I may ask, how did you get that value?
Feb 7 2005, 08:12 PM
i measured it and the smd resistor is labeled 470. moreover i got a 1.1 board and saw that r2g10 on 1.4 and 1.1 are different. cant look for the value as the resistor isnt on the 1.1 mobo. i guess 100 ohm.
Feb 7 2005, 08:24 PM
Good enough for me
a lot of resistors can't be measured in circuit, but the 470 marking makes it pretty much a slam dunk. (I was wondering if it may have been a 49.9 ohm initally).
Feb 7 2005, 09:08 PM
R2G10 is the L1 point on a V1.0 and its value is 100 ohms its marked 101
Thanks for the answers guys...
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