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Help identifying resistor to fix Yamaha RX-V3000

Can someone help identify these:

Look like resistors to me but not sure if the values, 1 watt is easy but what is 150j?

Trying to repair my old Yamaha AVR I found bad solder joints and a burned resistor, thread here:


RTiA9 - CSiA6 - FXiA6
Dual HSU VTF-15H
HCA-3500 - HCA-2003A - Marantz SR7005
Sim2 D60 - Dragonfly 106" Panasonic 500

LSi9 LSiC RX-V3000 Panasonic 220
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Looks like a diode maybe.

If you go here you can down load the service manual and look it up.
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Looks like a thermal protection resistor used in the power supply section..

Just my $0.02...
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