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Part that looks like a resistor with only code CEC

Discussion in 'Datasheets, Manuals and Component Identification' started by Jean Perret, May 19, 2014.

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  1. Jean Perret

    Jean Perret

    Jan 3, 2013
    Hi folks,

    Had a problem with a toy grade RC truck steering that quit working and taking apart the steering box I found that the basic 180 steering motor was connected to two parts that look like resistors with the only code CEC, one of them having a broken connection. Are those parts resistors? And then why use resistors on this application? Can I simply get rid of them two ?

    Thanks lot!
  2. davenn

    davenn Moderator

    Sep 5, 2009
    who knows ?? show us some sharp and well lit pictures :)

    get rid of whatever they are ?? .... they were obviously designed to be in there for a reason ;)

    for a start lets just identify the components

  3. MicroMe


    May 18, 2014
    There is an inductor manufacturer called CEC and you describe the perfect location for noise suppressing inductor/chokes.
  4. shrtrnd


    Jan 15, 2010
    There may be more than the 'CEC' marking, on the other side of the devices that will supply more information on the component's identity.
    Barring that, is the 'broken connection' just a detachment? Can you resolder the connection using a soldering iron (are you familiar with their use?)
    Good luck on the repair. Sounds like the rough ride caused the broken connection. Maybe it can be repaired.
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