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Hello community, I am a new user I am dedicated to making safety signs, I have a cnc router Techno LC4896 , in days past was damaged card component that controls the servomotors, someone in this community has a machine k equal? the damaged component is a ceramic resistance, and need to know the details of this piece.( watts, ohms)
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Welcome to the forum, Javier.

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Welcome from SW Oklahoma, we are glad to have you.
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Welcome ... The forum is great! ... saludos de una Cubana!
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That is (was) a power resistor. Normally they have writing on them that provides the manufacturer name and the resistance and power rating. Is this information on the other side or on the bottom?

Do you have any electrical schematics or service information on your machine? If you do and you can find the designation for this resistor (usually R plus a number) printed on the circuit board next to the component, you should be able to find it's value and part number in this documentation.

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