Hey guys I have a minor problem with my vacuum cleaner. A resistor in it seems to have burnt and now the spinning brush doesn't spin anymore. I can't be sure what its value is since its been destroyed so I don't know what to replace it with. The vacuum works like normal and charges fine it is just the brush doesn't spin anymore. The resistor connects the vacuum motor negative trace to the brush motor negative trace, both motors are the same voltage. The brush motor is directly wired to the SM+ and SM- plug on the board, it has no electronics past that point. It looks like all the bands on the resistor were black, which is zero ohms isn't it? It seems like that would make sense, but why use a large resistor? Is it acting as some sort of fuse? I thought I would ask some smarter people then myself for some more opinions just to see if this is the case or not, because it seems stupid to me but at the same time it is the only explanation I can think of. I have two resistor, because I have two of the same vacuum and both failed in the same spot. Click to view full size! Click to view full size! Click to view full size!