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Can anyone help identify two components? Answered

This board is from an old Barbie piano I'm fixing for my aunt. In order to further troubleshoot it I need to figure out what these are. They are indicated by the two arrows.

Edit: Just wanted to add that I have attempted to google the codes on the two and it came up with nothing.

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iceng

Best Answer 5 years ago

They are sip resistors all wired to a single leftmost or rightmost pin
Saves a lot of room if they are the same value.  See the pic.

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steveastroukiceng

Answer 5 years ago

+1. There is usually a dot on the common end.

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icengJoseph_Sebast7

Answer 5 years ago

SIP =>> Single Inline Package  a Resistor Array that may add zip to your life..

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LesB

5 years ago

FYI these are probably precision parts, and are used in generating the various tones.

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Josehf Murchison

5 years ago

The black is resistors the yellow is capacitors.
Photograph or tell me exactly what is on them and I can tell you the values.

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icengJosehf Murchison

Answer 5 years ago

I have black, blue and the yellow.
Boy do they hurt when accidentally stuck through the skin as in "FLY"

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Josehf Murchisoniceng

Answer 5 years ago

Been there.

The markings tell you the value they have a code much like surface mount resistors and capacitors. 102 is 1 k ohm and 101K is 100pF +-10%