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I fear that won't help with this OP, as the examples are for the MC2100 series, different board.This is just some examples, that may help you.
Get you magnifying glass ready!
Resistors don't do that to themselves. Some other fault caused too much current through it so replacing the resistor will just result in another burnt resistor - first you need to find and fix the actual fault then you can replace the resistor.My R64 is blown and looks like the best bet is to try and replace that part. Looking for the value of R64.
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