can i find the resistance of a resistor if its burnt? Answered
in one of my helicopter controllers, there is a burnt resistor. it burned when my brother tried to charge his more expensive helicopter with it.
i looked at it and all i know is that theres a yellow stripe and a gold one, but thats all thats visible since the middle two stripes have been burnt off.
will it still have the same original resistance when tested with a multimeter?
how can i find the resistance of it so i can replace it?
i havent got another one of these controllers to compare it with.
it has a very similar controller shape as the air hogs havoc helicopter, except this helicopter cost only $20.
because the resistor is burnt out the controller cant charge the helicopter, and i dont know the voltage that the copter takes in, and the copter doesnt have any battery protection circuits as far as i know, so i cant charge it.
can someone help me figure this out?