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goes here Page Content goes The set has several body end-dot type resistors in the chassis of thbe a minimum of three and sometimes four colors present. Reading fromce (either silver or gold or if no color present then it's 20%) Next up is the body color which is the first digit of the value , the end color on the right is the second digit and the dot in the center is the multiplier. Going with this interpretation, I have two resistors that are purple with a yellow dot in the center with green on the right. So, if I read this right they are 75K resistors 20% tolerance. My problem is with a third resistor which is all green with a blue color on the right and no dot in the center. Is this a 56K resistor? How can you tell without the multiplier? Are these type resistors and the wire wound type the same/similar? The chassis also contains a cardboard tube wound with copper wire with connections going to an electrolytic cap and several tubes as well as to ground. I don't think this has anything to do with the antenna. What is this and what function does it serve?
Resistor Color Code
ColorDigitMultiplier
Black01
Brown110
Red2100
Orange31,000
Yellow410,000
Green5 100,000
Blue61,000,000
Violet710,000,000
Gray8 
White9 
Calculating Resistor Values Top Profile If you don't see a dot, means that the dot is the same color as the body. So the resistor is 560k. Post a picture of the cardboard you referring to, but I can guess that is a resistor here
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