R1 Resistor on Torsion iDrive 3652-372
I'm in the process of troubleshooting my Torsion iDrive 3652-372 and I think I knocked off a resistor from the board while trying to remove a stuck right gear. Does anyone have one of these boards they can look at or take a pic of so I can determine what the resistor value is for the R1 resistor so I can go get one and solder it on?
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