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  1. I am using Super Mario Bros. I thought that was supported by power glove.
  2. I just got a power glove so I wanted to test it. But every time time I have the power glove plugged in it goes to a gray screen when i power it on. So I tried getting into the game and then plugging in the power glove. This just freezes the game. Any ideas how I can fix this.
  3. Yeah, I look for a schematic but since it is a rebranded and obscure soldering station it is almost impossible. Thanks anyway.
  4. I replaced the resistor and I can still not change the voltage. After I put in the new resistor in I tested the temperature of it and it got up to 200°f (93°c). Any ideas what might be causing this. I also noticed that when I hit the power switch to turn off the power supply it still outputs voltage but the screen that displays the voltage is off.
  5. I ordered a new resistor after testing the voltage adjuster knob (or whatever it is called) and I will see if that does anything. Thanks for your help.
  6. The PCB is from a soldering station with a built-in adjustable DC power supply. If the resistor is fine any idea what might cause the power supply to output a constant voltage. I added some more pictures of the PCBs and other parts if they help. Thank you for your help so far.
  7. I removed the resistor from the board and under it was text that said "150/3W". Then I tested the resistor after I removed it from the board and got 156.5 ohms.
  8. I do not know if I need to replace it since it still has a reading. Under the resistor is black and looks burned. This resistor comes from a board in a soldering station with a built-in power supply. I open it up because I lost the ability to change the voltage on the power supply. It is the only part that looks broken. I should be able to remove it and test it once I find my old soldering iron. I will try to get you the reading as soon as possible. Thank you for your help so far.
  9. I tested it on my multimeter and this is what I got.
  10. I need to replace this capacitor on a circuit board but I can not read the color code. If someone could tell me what type of capacitor it was it would help.
  11. When I bought an old Atari 2600 jr at a yard sell this was in the box. I have no idea what it is. It looks like one end of it can plug in to the Atari 2600 jr and the other looks like it is an Ethernet cable. Do you guys know what it is?
  12. The bottom one is bigger in real life, it is 20-21 inches.
  13. I have two monitors and I do not know which one to pick because the smaller one is 1080 and the bigger one is 720. Which one do you think is better? 1080P 720P
  14. Is this a good deal? He wants 350 for the desk, PC, monitor, mouse, keyboard, all the cords, and the headset. The PC's specs are AMD FX-6300, 3.5 GHz hexacore processor, 16gb ddr3 memory, Nvidia GTX 1050(2gb Gddr5), built in wireless adapter, 2 TB HDD, DVD-RW, and it has windows 10 as the OS.