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Need help with resistor values on JDM-055

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Hi fellow fixers!

Due to liquid damage these two resistors was so corroded that they where not possible to read. Can someone please help me to identify the value of these two?

Best regards,

Gunnar A.

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I found the values - both are 150K. Now I only need the value of R61 - please help someone.

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Bonjour Gunnar,

R61 = 98.5 Kohm.

I am looking for the value of this component which seems to be a capacitor, can you measure it possibly. Thank you.

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Hi Vincent,

I have the exactly same problem. This piece was fallen off, while soldering out the Analog Sticks, without realizing that it was fallen off.

My Sticks are very smooth now, but I just have a problem in addition. Moving the left Analog Stick to the right and also in an angle of up to 90° up or down from this point, it also triggers L3, even its not pressed. The other, left side (up to 90° up or down) not.

As I realized, that this component is missing, I suspected, that this missing component is the problem. Now, I also have the problem, need to know what kind of component this is. I had a look in the schematics, and this should be a 100kOhm Resistor. I soldered one with some “flying cable” on it, but this was not the solution.

Any hints?

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Hello Kape,

you put so changed the resistor R61?

cordially

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kape here (as kape2),

thanks for your reply…

No… I mean I have the same problem like YOU have/had, documented in your photo with your black drawn arrow, showing the exactly place. I dont’ wonder, why this fallen off, because it’s very near to the potentiometers, and it’s getting very hot there, while unsoldering them. This component is so extremely small, that noone can see it on the first sight.

All is fine with my R61. It is connected and still placed where it used to be.

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kape here (as kape2),

thanks for your reply…

No… I mean I have the same problem like YOU have/had, documented in your photo with your black drawn arrow, showing the exactly place. I dont’ wonder, why this fallen off, because it’s very near to the potentiometers, and it’s getting very hot there, while unsoldering them. This component is so extremely small, that noone can see it on the first sight.

All is fine with my R61. It is connected and still placed where it used to be.

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