#1
Does it matter when putting a resistor into a circuitboard which way it should be turned or can you just put it into the right holes anyway you want? Thanks.
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#2
As far as I know resistors can go in either way, unlike diodes which can only go in one way. I hope that's what you meant.
#4
alright, ya thats what i meant (kind of hard to explain)

And 1 more thing - what if the holes made were for a 1/4 watt resistor and i'm putting in a half watt resistor, it won't fit right down the perf board so is it ok to be elevated a little bit (like a mm)???
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#5
it doesn't matter as long as it's not touching anything else.
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#6
ok thanks
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