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Dishwasher Repair- Can anyone identify this resistor?

Discussion in 'Power Electronics' started by Acidnation90, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. Acidnation90

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    Hi, my dishwasher lost all power the other day and being the handy type I decided to pull it apart to see what was wrong.
    Electronics isn't necessarily my forte but in examining the control board I could see that a resistor has blown.
    The banding on the resistor appears to be coloured Yellow, Grey, Black, Grey (although admittedly it is a little hard to tell because of the damage)
    Using the colour coding system this would give the resistor a value of 48 Ohms +/-.05%
    I have searched high and low on various component websites and just can't seem to find one of this value and any similar ones are completely different colours.
    Is this a non-standard component? Am I likely to be able to find a replacement? Have I identified it wrong?
    The rest of the board and the mechanical components are good so it would be a massive shame to have to scrap the whole appliance over this.
    Thank you!
    Resistor 1.jpg Resistor 2.jpg Resistor 3.jpg
     
  2. BobK

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    It is more likely yellow violet black silver which is 47 Ohms 10%, a standard value. A 0.05% resistor is extremely unlikely in anything short of lab equipment.

    It looks like a 1 or 2 Watt resistor

    Bob
     
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  3. Ylli

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    Might even be a 3W. But replacing it is likely to just result in blowing the new resistor. You'll need to figure out why the first one fried before putting in a new one.
     
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  4. 73's de Edd

    73's de Edd

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    Sir Acidnation90 . . . . .( now . . . . . doesn't that make you 29 ? )


    In looking in the left corner of your photo of . . . .

    https://www.electronicspoint.com/forums/attachments/resistor-3-jpg.45110/

    You will see a ferrite based power transformer in its black and white colors and to its left is being an " 8 " wink-wink pin IC which is your basics for the units low voltage switch mode power supply, along with a few E-caps and diodes.

    That 8 pin IC usually has one pin missing for providing greater physical separation of any electrical flashover between pins at a corner.
    There is being a power FET located within that chip, for interfacing / driving the power transformer and it is being dead shorted D to S.

    Thus, the reason for the raw DC supply resistor being open circuit . . . . 47 ohms 2 Watt metal film.
    Come back with that chips number , and if you can't work with finding a data sheet on the bad IC unit . . . . . at least give us your units brand and model number . . . as even my 24" Professional grade, Crystal Ball doesn't have that high degree of resolving capability.

    Thaaaaaaassssit . . . . .

    73's de Edd . . . . .

    Timely Technical Tip . . . .
    Drill a one inch diameter hole in your refrigerator door. . .this will then allow you to check and be sure that the light goes off when the door is closed.
     
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