I´m facing a problem in reading resistor colour code

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  1. Htin Aung

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    Hello everybody..
    Today I got a CRT TV which have a problem no display but sound is ok.
    Now, I´m facing a problem in reading resistor colour code because of a abnomal resistor to be replace.
    It is 5band resistor....
    1st =red
    2nd=red
    3rd=silver(abnormal as in photo)
    4rd=gold
    5th=violet
    I can´t define its value coz of 3rd colour..it is different from other resistors that IMG_20160817_232813.jpg IMG_20160817_232813.jpg I have ever seen.
    All my skillful electricians, help me please....
     
  2. BobTPH

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  3. wayneh

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    Are you certain it's a resistor? I'm thinking it could be a 0.22µH inductor, 5% tolerance. But neither explains the violet, unless that indicates polarity (winding direction). See here.
     
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  4. BobTPH

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    Hmm. The violet band does not look like the others, looks like it might have been painted on.

    Bob
     
  5. Htin Aung

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  6. Htin Aung

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    Thz for ur comment sir.
    But it is relly an original resistor from my circuit board of Toshiba Tv.
    It may coz of my camera error.
    Not a paint.
     
  7. Htin Aung

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    Thank u sir.
    But first colour of all common conductors are always #silver.
     
  8. wayneh

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    No. That's just the ones that meet military specs. Read the link I gave you.
     
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