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RE: Repairing my home ceiling LED lamp

in STEMGeekslast year

Greetings. Why don't I put a 120 Ohm resistor? It is what is generally customary, unless the power source is switched.


Thanks. All the LEDs are in series and the current limiting resistor is already there in the board. If you mean placing a 120 Ohm resistor in place of damaged LED, It can still work because it is a small value resistance, and it won't affect the limiting current.