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I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction as to which specific resistor array package to buy to replace these badly rusted ones on this A board. I've seen people call them resistor network SIP, or Resistor Arrays, and other technical stuff I'm not familiar with. I'd like to try to save this A board from becoming a parts board, and the rest of it has no corrosion just these sections here. Anyhoo, what are these called exactly and where can I get an exact replacement? Thanks in advance for any help!
 

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Thanks @Thrillhouse - that looks right. Hopefully somebody else can chime in before I buy a few of those.
 

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They ended up sending me 10 pin arrays instead of 9 pin. Can I use these and cut the last leg? Or should I exchange them?


Thanks in advance!
 

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Yeah when you order those, for example, a 10Kx9 will be 10 pins because one pin is ground. The 9 represents the number of pins for resistors.
I dont know about cuttind the last one off but you can cut the last pin off at least. Just make sure pin one lines up correctly.
 
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