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Anyone have an idea of what resistor is used for Inissia 120v

Anyone have an idea of what resistor is used for Inissia 120v (how many Ohms)? In my case the resistor blew, and now I can't determine ohms as one of the stripes is not visible.

Update (12/13/2021)

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here's a pic of the resistor, and here's a pic of the board and the burnt resistor

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Update (12/13/2021)

New pics to share, and also when I scan the QR code 8t gives me this: IMBLV2112301520.

I'm assuming that may be the model?

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Hi @spins49,

What is the designation of the resistor on the board?

Post an image of the board showing the resistor, in your question. Here's how to do this on ifixit Aggiungere immagini ad una domanda

Also add the board "number" if it is not shown in the image.

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Hi @spins49 ,

What is the board number (printed on board) where the resistor is mounted?

Sometimes the same board is used in different machines and hopefully an image may be found of the board by searching for the board number. Even better would be a schematic of the board.

I cannot find any images of the control board (or power board - which is it on?) for your machine to hopefully see if the resistor can be seen in the image to know its value.

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@jayeff I added some more photos to the original post of the board. Not sure what is relevant

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If it's not expensive, does anyone know where to get a replacement board entirely?

I can do with either North American or European one, I have the transformers needed for either country I'm in.

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Has the coffee maker got a model number?

Only asking because as best as I can't find out, the Inissia 120V means that it works on 120V AC and that there are Inissia coffee makers made by Delonghi and also Krups that look identical but they have different model numbers. which may mean that they're not using the same board e.g. Delonghi Inissia EN80b and Krups Inissia XN1005

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Hi @spins49 ,

Looking at the parts for your model, the part number for the board is FL391101 (supplier example only).

Unfortunately I cannot find an image of the board itself so as to check for the resistor colours.

If you want to get a replacement board, search online using the part number only to get results for suppliers that suit you.

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@jayeff this helps, I couldn't find that part number. Maybe I will try the board replacement which will save the effort of finding, replacing the resistor, only to find there is more damage beyond the resistor, and than I can see.

Hopefully I can find something that ships where I am at a decent price! Anyone know if we can just swap the board for a European model? The NA version isn't useful anymore and forces me to use a transformer eelvery time (the mistake we made plugging in with just an adaptor out of lazinrss is why we got into this mess).

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