I am replacing a fuse holder in an audio amplifier and need to find a source for the following:
3.3 megaOhm resistor 10% tolerance
4A 125V slo-blo panel fuse holder
I went to the local radio shack and they had no idea where to find the resistor and said they would have to order the fuse holder which could take weeks.
I am guessing these are common parts that can be found locally or online -- I just don't know where. I am out of my element here. Please reply via email if possible - you can probably tell I don't come here often. ;-)
Often cited possibilities for general parts like this include:
Digikey (I'm sure) and several others (I'm pretty sure) don't have minimum orders but will charge shipping/handling for orders less than some minimum. Usually not too hard to find enough toys to meet the minimum, though ...
Also, strongly recommend shrouding your email address in some manner whenever posting to usenet (also note, usenet != Google).
Google requires a valid email address to get an account. (They send a verification code.) They always include that address in the header for messages from that account. They do munge *anything* that contains an @ in the middle of a string. and you have to do a CAPTCHA to see those.
The best someone who posts from Google can do (without a redirection service) is use a throw-away account to sign up and obfuscate his real addy in the mesage body / footer.
Not in any defence or support of the OP, the various ISPs are in the process of restricting usenet access. My father has been part of the usenet community since the mid 90's and swears by it, such that he wasn't too chuffed to log on a few weeks back after coming out of hospital and to find the ports blocked, the servers gone. He uses an IBM XT-286 with 16Mb (16Mb!!! now that's some expansion, REALLY!!).
The 'corporates' would like to brainwash the newer users of the net into believing it's only flash based web pages and .pdf files which are the web. They would like you to think that a PIII-800 with 256Mb of RAM and XP is a minimum spec.
For the OP: USENET is another completely separate 'transport' of what you see to be the Internet. In some respects it still maintains an element of human common sense in that a stupid and thoroughly unhelpful answer WILL be given to a stupid question. The 'Internet' and programming languages as you see it are not what computers are about, what's 00101010 in decimal? This is not a friendly place, well it is if you ask the right questions, it's more friendly than the 'Internet' which you've been conditioned into thinking is all there is... Don't take it to heart, well, do take it to heart exactly that, and become part of our very healthy community (of what's left of it).